Robert B. Brolin


NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, Associate

Robert offers over twenty years of professional experience in new construction, adaptive re-use and historic renovation projects of varying size, scope and function, from initial planning through construction administration. His extensive design and project leadership skills are reflected in such award-winning projects in Chicago as Basecamp River North, a contemporary-styled, mixed-income row house development, and Basecamp SFH, a community of 48 single-family homes that offer a modern, stylized aesthetic inspired by traditional vocabularies.

Recent work in Chicago includes; Alta Grand Central, two conjoined, cast-in-place concrete high-rise buildings that will provide 346 apartment residences, and in Nashville, Tennessee; Fifth + Broadway, a 387-unit apartment tower that is part of a massive mixed-use redevelopment situated in the heart of one of the country’s fastest growing downtown districts.

Prior to joining Pappageorge Haymes Partners (PH) in 2012, Robert worked as senior project architect at Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, Chicago, Illinois, where he was responsible for the planning, schematic design and development of such projects as: Superior West, a 12-story, 70-unit mixed-use building, and multiple other mixed-use residential projects. Later, at Lucien LaGrange Architects, Chicago, Illinois, he worked as senior project architect on such major work as: The Elysian Hotel and Private Residences, Chicago, Illinois; Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Public Areas Expansion, Michigan City, Indiana; and JW Marriott Hotel, Chicago, Illinois.

Arizona State University, College of Architecture/Environmental Design, Master of Architecture, 2003
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies, 1999
École d’Architecture de Versailles, Study Abroad Program, Versailles, France, 1998-1999

Licensed Architect, State of Illinois, 2005
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), 2005
Accredited Professional by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Building Design and Construction (LEED BD+C), 2003
Registered Energy Professional, City of Chicago