Jason Roberts is Organization Director and has been a key member of the Marble Fairbanks team since 2012.
As Organization Director, Jason manages the office building and construction standards, making sure all the key technical criteria and goals are met in the development of a project. He interfaces with the full project team, communicating with consultants, contractors, and clients to deliver design excellence. At Marble Fairabanks Jason has managed projects for clients at Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, Hunter College, Lawrence University, and Parsons School of Design, among others.
Jason led the master plan for Parsons The New School for Design, a comprehensive study of 350,000 sf of space across numerous buildings throughout New York City, and the master plan for 160,000 sf of space in the Davis Family Library and Armstrong Science Library on Middlebury College’s campus. He recently completed a workplace recommendation report as part of a larger strategic plan for the National Park Service and the General Services Administration at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston.
Recent built projects Jason managed include Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center; Hunter College’s Cooperman Library which included the integration of learning centers and specialized teaching and learning spaces throughout the library; the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture which included the full gut-renovation of an original Carnegie Library; and, Colman Hall at Lawrence University which included the transformation of underutilized space within an existing residence hall to create new group housing.
Jason received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture with honors from the University of Michigan. He is an active member of the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP). Jason has over 10 years of experience in library design starting with the Traverwood Branch Library in Ann Arbor, MI which began design in 2005 and opened in 2008.