MH&E Team

CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES:

Licensed Professional Architect, New York
Licensed Professional Architect, Pennsylvania
LEED™ Accredited Professional, United States Green Building Council

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Architecture, Pratt Institute
Associate of Applied Science, Architectural Technology, SUNY Orange

MEMBERSHIPS:

United States Green Building Council

AFFILIATIONS:

Adjunct Associate Professor SUNY Orange Architecture Department (1999- Present)
Heart in Haiti School, pro bono construction consultant & architect – various buildings (2011- Present)

GMH4H Board of Directors (’10 – 19 Building Committee Chair, Construction & Material Coordinator, Site Supervisor/Volunteer Coordinator, ’14 – ’19 Secretary) (2009 -2019)
Board of Education of the Enlarged City School District of Middletown (Vice President 2012 – 2014, President 2014 – 2016) (2010-2016)

Historical Society of Middletown & Wallkill pro bono architect (2015)

Heart in Haiti School traveled to Haiti to volunteer on construction of the school (2012)

Community Committee for Presidential Park Elementary School Project Middletown School District (2008)

GMH4H Site volunteer and architect for 4 houses (2000-2008)

Greater Middletown Habitat for Humanity (GMH4H)- Board of Directors (1995-1999)

Andrew W. Warren, R.A.

Senior Architect
845-567-3100
awarren@mhepc.com

EXPERTISE

Andrew Warren is a senior architect at MH&E. He is also the head of the Architectural division.

His areas of responsibility include:

  • Overall architectural team management
  • Performance analysis & review of architectural design projects
  • Building design
  • Architectural consultation
  • Building code analysis
  • Energy code analysis
  • Building inspections

EXPERIENCE

In 2016 Mr. Warren started the Architectural Department at MH&E and immediately provided architectural expertise to the private and municipal clients for the firm. The department has grown to include all aspects of Architectural design, planning, project development and construction administration for both public and private projects. Since its inception, the Architectural Department has expanded to include additional professional personnel and technical support staff.

Responsible for architectural design planning and management of building design projects for the firm. Building types include but are not limited to courthouses and police stations, libraries, office buildings, training centers, fire stations, industrial facilities, catering facilities, municipal buildings and residential projects. Construction administration and observation is also provided by Mr. Warren on building designs for the firm.

In 2017, Mr. Warren provided inspections, plan reviews, and consultations to the Village of Tuxedo Park and their Board of Architectural Review during an extended period of time when the village had no building inspector.

Over 20 years experience as an Adjunct Associate Professor in the SUNY Orange Architecture Department. During that time, Mr. Warren has taught five different courses in the program.