Since joining Pappageorge Haymes Partners in 2000, Robert has specialized in residential historic renovations, playing a key role in all project phases. His deep appreciation of quality architecture supports a design approach that seeks to preserve the historic integrity of existing buildings while seamlessly integrating new development.
Robert performed as acting senior project architect on; 900 N. Kingsbury (Domain), the conversion of a 9-story, concrete warehouse into a highly successful 296-unit, mixed-use redevelopment, University Station, the historic renovation of a 12-story cold storage warehouse building for 231 loft-style condominiums. Recent projects include; The Park Monroe, a complex adaptive re-use project involving the conversion of a 49-story office structure into a mixed-use building, and The Pomeroy Apartments, the renovation of a vintage limestone and masonry building for premier affordable senior apartments, part of the Chicago Housing Authority's Plan for Transformation.
In addition to his role as project manager, Robert has been instrumental in the development of the firm's IT infrastructure and CAD standards.