J. Brud Weger - Principal Architect

"My first teacher was the architect/builder Howard Curtin. I called him 'The Maestro'. Howard was the master of building grand Mexican casas in the high Arizona desert. His standing order was to 'Make it Fine'. He showed me the value and joy of creating useful, lasting places, pleasing to the eye and spirit."

  • Education:

    • University of Arizona, Bachelor of Architecture - 1981
    • Harvard University Graduate School of Design – graduate studies - 1988-89
    • The American Appraisal Institute - 1993
  • Experience:

    • Principal - Weger Architects. 1987 - present:
      • Architecture, engineering, construction management and related services.
    • Vice president - The Hampton Group, Hampton, NH. 1984-87:
      • Real estate development — directed planning and construction of hotels and condominiums.
    • Intern architect, McFarren/Tarman Architects, Chico, California 1981-84
    • Builder’s apprentice, Sculptured Homes, Tucson, Arizona. 1971-79:
      • Project foreman and journeyman carpenter on multimillion dollar homes.
  • Awards:

    • American Institute of Architects and California Redwood Association:
      • Design awards for St. John the Evangelist Church. Chico, California
  • Offices and Organizations:

    • Current:
      • Board of Appeals, York, Maine
      • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
      • Consulting Architect – Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
    • Past:
      • Planning Board Town of Kittery, Maine
      • Rotary International
      • American Institute of Architects
      • School Building Committee – Kittery, Maine
      • Architectural Review Board City of Chico, Cal.
      • Fine Arts Commission – Chico, Cal.
  • Licensed to practice architecture:

    • Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, California

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