Senior Architect

Harold M. Boog, AIA, LEED Green Associate


• • Excellent Communicator
• Strong Presentation Skills
• Strong Team Leadership, Project Management, and Design Management Skills
• Strong Stakeholder Engagement and Awareness Skills
• Experienced in Facilities Planning
• Experienced in Multiple Project Delivery Approaches: Design/Bid/Build, Design/Build, Construction Management (Agency and At Risk), Engineer/Procure/Construct (EPC), and others.


Bachelor of Science in Trade-Technical Education, 1979, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI

Associates in Applied Science in Architectural Technology, 1979, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI

Harold M. Boog, AIA, LEED Green Associate

With a career spanning 42 years in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry, I have expertise in many building types, delivery methods, and construction processes, and includes energy systems for large facilities and campus settings. My experience also includes developing large, complex industrial facilities for manufacturing and other processes. I have devoted a significant portion of my career to the design of institutional and commercial facilities of all types, including school and university buildings, long-term care facilities, public safety facilities, labs and clinics, banks, office buildings, and housing.

Beginning my career in a forty-person Architecture/Engineering firm specializing in institutional design, I ultimately became an equity partner and served as principal of the firm’s K-12 portfolio. I later served as Manager of Design Services for the Design/Build unit of a Fortune 150 manufacturing entity and worked on development of some of the company’s largest and most complex facilities in North America. I then served as project manager for one of the world’s largest engineering and construction entities in the renewable energy sector working with Distributed Energy Resources (DER) such as Microgrids and small-scale Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants. I bring to ARCHIFOOTPRINT a deep understanding of the huge array of building types that exist, the variety of construction methodologies employed, how facilities operate, the processes those facilities house, and the challenge of bringing it all together.

I am a Registered Architect in the State of Wisconsin, a degreed educator, and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate.