Mr. Steinberg's career in architecture began in 1989 as an apprentice for Sides and Pope in Macon, Ga following his service in the U.S. Army as a Cavalry Scout at Fort Knox, KY. He later worked for Heery International in Atlanta while earning his degree at Southern Tech. Mr. Steinberg joined Knight Architects, Inc. (KAI) in 2008 as a Senior Project Manager. Prior to KAI, he was a project architect/manager on various retail centers and long-term care facilities. He also worked independently on several residential design-build projects and gained valuable hands-on experience with every aspect of construction from permit expediting to contract negotiations and swinging the hammer.
Mr. Steinberg has a sharp perception for design and is committed to preserving the architectural integrity of a project. He has been the lead architect on several U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) projects for Knight Architects. These projects have been both design-build and design-bid-build and have included training support facilities, dining facilities, and an infantry platoon battle course.
More recently he served as the Project Manager and designer for Georgia Tech's Football Team Meeting Rooms at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Currently Mr. Steinberg is leading the design team on two design-build projects at Fort Sill, OK as part of a Multiple Award Task Order Contract he helped the firm win in 2011. These projects are being designed and produced in Bentley Architecture V8i.
Mr. Steinberg also has experience as a team member on Value Engineering (VE) Studies KAI conducts for USACE. He enjoys the challenge of finding means of improving the quality and cost effectiveness of federal projects before construction starts.