Richard Panciera develops ABA’s technical standards. He contributes his deep understanding of building technology, materials, and construction systems for multiple projects at ABA, addressing envelope, code, systems and technology issues; quality control and assurance; project delivery; Revit modeling; constructability; and construction management processes. Ric’s work at ABA includes the Simons Building for Mathematics at MIT; the University of Chicago’s Saieh Hall for Economics; the US Embassy in Athens, Greece; renovation and restoration of the Cambridge Public Library; and the adaptive re-use of the Liberty Hotel.
Ric Panciera holds a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Boston Society of Architects’ Building Enclosure Council and the Construction Administration Roundtable.