Noah Burwell

Senior Associate/Structures

Practice Areas

Noah specializes in overseeing complex building enclosure projects from concept through construction. With expertise developed across various scales and project types, including museums, airports, and mixed-use developments, Noah brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership to his role.


Noah’s extensive experience spans both the US and East Asia, where he has worked on notable projects such as the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, the New North Concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, and The New Terminal One at JFK International Airport. Noah has also served as a guest critic for the Hong Kong University Graduate School of Architecture and has lectured at various universities. 


Noah is a member of the Society of Façade Engineering as well as the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, where he serves on the Expert Peer Review Committee, researching building envelope and maintenance access in high-rise design.


M.S., Construction Administration, Columbia University
B.Arch, Kent State University