Jason Jimenez, AIA
Jason joined Marvel Architects in 2015. He is a licensed architect in the State of New York and has a background in residential, mixed-use, cultural and high-rise design and construction. His experience has been widespread, with work in the US/Canada and internationally. Jason has 20-plus years of experience in architectural design, project management and construction. He has a Master of Architecture from The Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation at Columbia University and a BS-Arch from The University of Michigan. As a designer he has been privileged with the opportunity to engage the built environment at multiple scales; from iconic skyline impacting high-rises, cultural facilities and national monuments to the occasional private residence. His work as a project manager has involved balancing complex project planning, multiple stakeholder management, and public review processes at the city, state and national levels with the goals of maintaining design excellence, inclusivity and efficiency. Jason was the lead in coordinating the design, documentation and tender of the National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa, which involved the organization of architectural and engineering disciplines with artistic and academic contributions and the requirements of federal project procurement. In NYC, Jason has managed multiple projects at the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum adapting and transforming unique historic spaces to help the museum grow and evolve to better fulfill its mission. Domestically and internationally, he has worked on half a dozen mixed-use high-rise projects and understands the balance of real estate development goals with the need to create responsible, sustainable, and livable urban environments. At Marvel Jason has had leadership role in the design and construction of several high-profile mixed-use projects including Plank Road at Pacific Park, the 1 Clinton Condominiums in Brooklyn Heights, and 1 Java in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.