Ron Goodwin has over 30 years of architectural office experience working from the conceptual phase through the completion of the building construction. The projects ranged from residential, commercial, institutional, health-care, and historic preservation. He has a commitment to a high standard of aesthetics, building performance and energy efficiency.
Most of his experience has been at the drawing board. As a draftsman, Ron approaches the preparation of building plans as craftsmanship. Drawings and details are assembled to address every situation with clarity; to inform the building trades of all the information needed to execute the intent of the design.
Ron is always eager to evaluate each project for the maximum performance in its climate. He is very Interested in the existing floor, wall and roof systems along with the site, or ‘how things were built’. Each project is approached with optimism. With the technology of today there are extensive materials and methods to solve the problems, exceed the standards and strive for the highest performance within the cost-budget analysis.
Architecture of the American Roadside and Building Conservation University of Vermont, College of Historic Preservation (1986) Advanced Architectural Delineation Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA (1988) American Solar Energy Society Annual Conference, Portland, ME (1999) Auto CAD I (Release 14, Version 2004) Southern Maine Technical College (2017)
Federal Work Disciplines