Christopher Cork

Project Manager / AAIA / NCARB / LEED AP

Christopher excels in assembling high-performing teams to tackle complex challenges and craft innovative solutions. He is adept at guiding projects to successful outcomes - honoring the client’s design objectives, while managing relationships, budgets, schedules, and project parameters to successful outcomes.
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More About Chris

Professional Experience

AMDG Architects, Inc.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
June 2024-Present
Project Manager

Suttons Bay Public Schools
Suttons Bay, Michigan
November 2023-June 2024
Substitute Teacher

Cork Design + Construction Management
East Grand Rapids, Michigan
March 2023-May 2024
President

Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering
Kalamazoo, Michigan
May 2022-February 2023
Project Manager

Fishbeck
Grand Rapids, Michigan
January 2020-May 2022
Senior Project Coordinator

AECOM
Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 2019-Decemeber 2019
Project Manager

Progressive AE
Grand Rapids, Michigan
December 2010-July 2019
Project Manager

Turner Construction
Grand Rapids, Michigan
December 2005-October 2010
Project Manager

Saroki Architecture
Birmingham, Michigan
1996-2004
Associate Architect

Education

Lawrence Technological University
Southfield, Michigan
Master of Architecture

Lawrence Technological University
Southfield, Michigan
Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Registrations, Certifications, Awards, Distinctions

American Association of Independent Architects (AAIA)
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
National Council of Architectural Registrations Boards Certification (NCARB)

Interests and Hobbies

  • Travel
  • National Parks
  • Boating
  • Fly Fishing
  • Bird Hunting with his dog, Kinder
  • Golf
  • Photography
  • Cooking

Fun Fact!

Christopher grew up in Traverse City, MI where he met and married his high school sweetheart. They have been married for 25 years. Chris is a wedding officiant and served as the Eastown Community Association (ECA) Treasurer for many years. He also was a pole vaulter in High School!