RUSS DINARDO, AIA MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES Project Manager/Project Architect
With over 14 years of architectural experience following four years in the U.S. Air Force, including 11 years with Michael Graves & Associates, Mr. DiNardo has a wide range of skills and interests that allow him to be a creative and responsive Project Manager. His experience includes a wide variety of concept master planning and design projects that include Anacostia: Washington Ballpark Redevelopment Dis- trict/Transit-Oriented Development Concept Master Plan in Washington, D.C. and the Ogoori Railroad Station Mixed-use Concept Master Plan in Ogoori, Japan. In addition, Mr. DiNardo was the Project Manager/Project Architect for the New Jersey State Police Headquarters and Training Center Campus Master Plan in West Tren- ton, New Jersey. In completing this particular project, with a highly concerned and motivated residential neighborhood nearby, Mr. DiNardo was at the heart of a major effort to win the trust of the local community and to communicate the details of the proposed Concept Master Plan and how it addressed their concerns.
EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture, University of Cincinnati, OH, 1995 Sergeant, United States Air Force, 1985-89
REGISTRATIONS Registered Architect (New Jersey)
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS Anacostia: Washington Ballpark Redevelopment District/Transit-Oriented Development Concept Master Plan, Washington, D.C. Project Manager and Planner/Architect for concept master plan for a 7 million S.F. development in the Washington Ballpark Redevelopment District in Washington, D.C. The site, which surrounds a new major league baseball stadium is located along the Anacostia River. Several Metro stops were major factors in developing the plan. The program includes 1 million S.F. of retail, restaurant and entertainment facilities, as well as 1 million S.F. of office buildings, and 5 million S.F. of hotels and residential space, that will make the area a destination when the ballpark is not open. With direct connections to the Washington Metro, below-grade parking is provided for 8,000 cars. The development is organized by a series of landscaped open spaces that thematically link the project to the river. In addition the riverfront is extensively redeveloped with an esplanade interspersed with parks, a small marina and a boathouse.
New Jersey State Police Headquarters and Training Center Campus Master Plan, West Trenton, New Jersey Project Manager-Design and Planner/Architect for the new State Police HQ and Training Center Complex, which will provide a state-of-the-art working and training environment for the New Jersey State Police. The project includes 425,820 S.F. of
MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY