Timothy Blatner, CSI, a licensed architect for over 30 years with nearly four decades of experience, serves the office as Technical Director. Tim is responsible for document quality management, production knowledge resources, maintaining and sharing knowledge of new and evolving construction materials, continuing education programming, and mentoring staff with project documentation and construction phase contract administration.
His work history covers a broad range of project types including churches, an exhibition hall conference center, dining halls, fitness and recreation centers, light-industrial production and storage facilities, multi-family housing (townhomes to high-rises), offices, parking structures, schools (elementary to college level), and urban infrastructure (bridges/viaducts, plazas, and streetscapes). These projects span the full spectrum of common construction types.
Tim’s experience has been multi-faceted with roles as accessibility and building code analyst, contract/construction administrator, designer, peer reviewer, project architect, project manager, specifications editor, technical coordinator, and BIM advocate. At FitzGerald prior to his time as Technical Director, Tim was project manager for a number of large-scale multi-family housing projects with over 200 dwelling units each, including Arkadia, 3Eleven, The Emerson – Oak Park, and Wheaton 121, and for various specialty projects.
Master of Architecture; B.S. Architectural Studies
Third Ryerson Traveling Fellowship; Nathan C. Ricker Award
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Unite Pedagogique 3, Versailles, France
Licensed Architect, State of Illinois
Construction Document Technologist, Construction Specifications Institute
Construction Specifications Institute
Building Enclosure Council
9 Years @ FitzGerald
37 Years Total