Notable Career Experience:
Mark Alexander Pavliv, AIA/CID/NCARB
Prior to founding "The Architect's Studio" in 1992, Mark's professional career included service as the CEO of the Design Division of the International Architectural & Engineering firm of Burns & Roe. This followed an 18 year association with the prestigious New York architectural and planning firm of Beyer Blinder & Belle, PC where he held positions as Senior Associate and Director of Project Development.
During that period, he also served as Studio Director for the Ellis Island Museum of Immigration project team, drafted the initial Restoration Management Plan for Central Park, and authored Architectural Facade and Streetscape Design Guidelines for New York's South Street Seaport and Orlando, Florida's Historic Districts. He also served as the managing architect for the Jersey City Waterfront Harborside Financial Center Project and as the lead architect for the Restoration of the National Landmark Roebling Delaware Aqueduct.
In the more recent role as Principal Architect and Director of Design at "The Architect's Studio", Mark has provided stewardship of the Landmark Strand Theater and the Essex and Sussex Hotel Restorations and was the Design Architect for the award honored Middletown Cultural Arts Center. He has authored numerous architectural design standards and related publications, including the Ocean Grove National Historic District Architectural Design Guidelines.
1. Ellis Island
2. Delaware Aqueduct
3. South Street Seaport
4. Strand Theater
5. Essex & Sussex
6. Aurora Restoration
Restoration of the National Landmark Strand Theater >
Restoration Architect for the Landmark Essex & Sussex Hotel lobbies, fitness center and public spaces, Spring Lake, New Jersey
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Current Project Architect for the Restoration of the Landmark "Aurora Hotel"