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FIRM INTRODUCTION

McGraw Bagnoli Architects PLLC, located in Washington, DC actively seeks clients who share our passion for a thoughtful and collaborative process to achieve design excellence. The office provides complete professional services in the fields of architecture, campus and community planning, and urban design. Our iterative process relies on deep principal engagement on each project in conjunction with input from clients, employees, and consultants to ensure creative solutions are thoroughly investigated. As a result, our work reflects holistic solutions derived from the resolution of complex site, building, and programmatic concerns. To allow for the personal involvement of the principals on every job, we purposefully limit the number of active projects within the office at any time. Together David C. Bagnoli, AIA and Adam McGraw, AIA, bring over forty years of experience to the practice, and are joined by an energetic staff that brings an enviable level of dedication to their work. Throughout their careers, Adam and David’s work has received awards at the highest levels of the profession, including the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Honor Award for both Urban Design and Housing, as well as two Congress for the New Urbanism Charter Awards, and numerous local and state AIA awards. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Architecture • Educational/ Institutional • Adaptive Re-Use • Commercial • Residential • Interior Design

Urban Design/Master Plans • Campus Master Plans • Development Plans • Resort Design • Feasibility Studies

HONORS, AWARDS AND PUBLICATIONS • Washington DC|AIA; Presidential Citation in Sustainable Design • The Virginia Society AIA; Award of Excellence in Contextual Design • Washington DC|AIA; UnBuilt – Merit Award • Washington DC|AIA; Emerging Architect (Ryan McEnroe, AIA) UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE BY FIRM MEMBERS • Georgetown University Northeast Triangle Residence Hall

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The Washington Post, The One Nest Project Home and Design Magazine, Top 100 Designers (2014) Bon Apetite Magazine, Right Proper Brewing Company Bend, OR Bulletin Town/Gown Relations

• George Washington University On Call Campus Services

• Swarthmore College Faculty Housing Master Plan

• Grinnell College Campus/Town Planning Analysis

• The College of William & Mary • Miami University - Career Services Center Feasibility Study Equestrian Facilities Master Plan - The Sherman & Gloria H. Cohen Career Center • Howard University - Tucker Hall Renovation • Lake Erie College 880 Bed/ Mixed Use Master Plan Equestrian Facilities Master Plan • Dartmouth College • Oregon State University, Cascades - Downtown Hanover Development Plan • University of South Florida Campus/Town Consulting - South Street Mews Mixed Use Retail/ Housing Seaside Performing Arts Complex - North Park Graduate Student Housing • Gallaudet University - Park and Wheelock Faculty Housing • Middle Tennessee University Live/Work/Innovate Town Gown Master Plan - Faculty Housing Master Plan Greek Row • Randolph Macon College -Theta Chi Fraternity Housing -Alumni Center and Development Office

• Yale University The Rose Center and Campus Police Station • Northeastern University Mixed Use Academic/Student LIfe Facility

• Tufts University Campus Master Plan


COLLEGE TOWNS: A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MODEL Deep within the culture of McGraw Bagnoli Architects PLLC, is a belief in the sound planning of projects relating to the impact of our work on the environment. Each client, site and project presents unique challenges and opportunities of approaches to environmentally sensitive design that must withstand the tests of budget imperatives and life-cycle cost analyses. In addition to a number of LEED Accredited Professionals on staff, we have been involved with the National Association of Colleges and University Business Officers (NACUBO) and the US Environment Protection Agency’s (EPA) to develop a document entitled “Campuses of Opportunities: Smart Growth at Colleges and Universities”, a publication intended to assist key decision makers to achieve sensible and sustainable growth both on and off campus. David C. Bagnoli, AIA, whose work on this has been instrumental, has lectured on this important topic at NACUBO’s Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference, the National Smart Growth Conference, The International Town-Gown Association, and at the National Building Museums’ Smart Growth Speaker Series. His research into this topic includes ways institutions of all sorts have capitalized on their unique conditions to create shared benefits that address common issues for campuses and their communities. His knowledge of real-world examples from all across the country includes the economic impact of new and existing campuses on their surrounding neighborhoods, as well as a range of collaborative approaches institutions have taken to address the complex issues of houting, retail, the arts, business incubation, recruiting and retention, and shared infrastrcuture. Most recently, Mr. Bagnoli has consulted on this important topic for the citizen’s group Building a Better Bend in Bend, Oregon, as an introduction to the benefits of a planned 5,000 student campus for the Oregon State University, Cascades.


CLIENT FOCUSED DESIGN PROCESS

McGraw Bagnoli Architects’ design process includes a rigourous investigation into local site context supported by in-house sketches and conceptual computer & physical models. This assures our clients that the design will be of the highest quality for the important role the building will play in both its function and context. The firm utilizes a range of technology to support this effort and builds each project digitally and in physical model throughout the design process. This approach not only allows a client to visually experience what a project will feel and look like before construction, but also supports the complicated intertwining of building systems such as IT systems, ductwork, structural elements and piping before it is built. Whether taking advantage of 3-D visualization for conceptual design or full Building Information Modeling (BIM) for use in extensive consultant and contractor coordination, the firm seeks to simplify the design process for clients from design to construction while improving sub-consultant coordination to help control cost overruns. On each project we employ standard in-house peer review of documents for Architectural, Site Design, MEP and Structural coordination at regular interval submissions of Design and Construction Documents in both printed and BIM format. T E C H N O L O G I C A L C A PA B I L I T I E S • Building Information Modeling (BIM) (Autodesk Revit) • Computer Rendering Software- (Maxwell, V-Ray) • Conceptual 3-D Modeling (Rhino, 3-D Studio Max, Sketchup) • Computer Aided Design and Drafting (Autocad)


CAMPUS PLANNING

GRINNELL TOWN/GOWN PLANNING ANALYSIS

Grinnell College Grinnell, IA

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This new campus entry should be conceived in conjunction with any improvements and additions to ARH and Younkers. Properly executed it will provide a point of arrival currently 4TH AVE missing from campus. This threshold, which could be defined in both open space and building form, will not only announce the campus precinct to first time visitors, but will be a natural entry point into the heart of the College where visitors will immediately see the College’s most memorable buildings and landscapes, including Mac Field, the JRC and the Noyce Science Center. BIKE PATH TO I-80

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To assist the College in furthering its mission of providing excellence in education to students in the Liberal Arts, this document provided a series of Observations and “Principles for Improvement” to act as a guide for future campus development. Intended to help unify the campus’ disparate education, student life and administrative facilities, these Principles were linked to a series of specific Recommendations and Improvement Projects that were approved by the Board in June of 2014 and are currently being implemented.

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This diagram suggests a new Point of Arrival defined by a new campus green space facing Park Street and modifications to existing buildings.

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Reference Documents

City of Grinnell Comprehensive Plan and Addendum Signage & Wayfinding Master Plan, City of Grinnell Grinnell CBD – Downtown Streetscape Phasing Map Imagine Grinnell Trails; August 2007 Comprehensive Campus Master Plan, 2000 / 2011 Campus Master Plan Update

Streetscape improvements for 8th Avenue and West Street Provide a new bike path from Interstate 80 to town Strategic acquisition of available residential properties Provide streetscape improvements at campus perimeter 8th Avenue improvements – New Campus Entry

PRINCIPLES FOR IMPROVEMENT December 10, 2013

Clockwise: Interactive session at the JRC Student Center, campus/town diagrams including proposal for new campus entry at Park St. and 8th Ave, final report cover.

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This live/work proposal for Gallaudet University focuses on the developing relationship between the world’s most prestigious institution for hearing impaired students and its bordering warehouse district. As part of a broader proposal by an invited Development team, our design integrates new and re-used structures to provide dynamic indoor/ outdoor spaces for creative research opportunities. The project provides 25,000 SF of new incubator space, 85,000 SF retail space, 600 new apartments and 570 new below grade parking spaces.

Clockwise from top: Street view with US Capitol in backgroun, Typical Floor Plan, campus/city diagrams, view of residences.


INSTITUTIONAL

NORTHERN GATEWAY STUDENT RESIDENCES

Howard University Washington, DC

The project addresses the complex issues that commonly define relationships between campuses and their communities. A mixed use program for the nation’s premier Historically Black College and University, the project engages the community by encouraging pedestrian flow into the heart of campus while providing small scale retail and a new community gathering place. Our work is part of an invited proposal to provide 880 beds and 40,000 SF of retail at the north end of campus.

Clockwise from top: Street view of Phase 1, Aerial view with main quad, Section diagram.


INSTITUTIONAL

NORTH PARK GRADUATE HOUSING

Dartmouth College

William Rawn Associates, Architects Inc. David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge

Hanover, NH

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COLLEGE PARK NORTH PARK GRADUATE HOUSING PARK AND WHEELOCK FACULTY HOUSING

These graduate student apartments provide 121 beds in 11 buildings, all integrated into an established neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Dartmouth College campus. The project preserves the heavily wooded site toward Park St while creating broad, sunny “courts” which face “College Park”. Pathways link to an existing town and college network, ensuring the project integrates with the life of both the neighborhood and the campus at large.

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Clockwise from top: Residences from Park Street, site plan, plan within context of additional housing projects/studies completed by David C. Bagnoli, AIA while with William Rawn Associates, residences from College Park.


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Rawn Associates, Architects Inc. PARK AND WHEELOCK FACULTY HOUSING William David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge

Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH

Clockwise from top: Site plan, duplex house adjacent to existing 1930’s duplex, new rear common, apartment building, plan within context of additional projects/studies completed by David C. Bagnoli, AIA while with William Rawn Associates

COLLEGE PARK NORTH PARK GRADUATE HOUSING PARK AND WHEELOCK FACULTY HOUSING DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GREEN

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FACULTY HOUSING MASTER PLAN

These faculty duplex houses and apartments provide 22 units of rental housing immediately adjacent to the campus of Dartmouth College. Designed to integrate into an established neighborhood of colonial houses, the project includes a large common as well as on-grade parking. New pathways through the site replace a well traveled route for existing residents to downtown Hanover.


INSTITUTIONAL

THETA CHI FRATERNITY HOUSE Randolph Macon College

Ashland, VA

Clockwise from top: Chapter Room rendering, Current State of Construction alongside original , physical model of new front porch.

The new Theta Chi Chapter House at Randolph Macon College will accommodate 16 beds, a large chapter room, ritual room and common kitchen. Designed to replace a previous structure on the exact footprint, the house will blend into its context along College Avenue while providing a visual terminus to a major new campus pedestrian mall. Additionally, the home’s location directly across from the College’s Admission’s Office required modest screening but clear visibility of the main indoor and outdoor gathering spaces which also serves to re-enforce a directive to dramatically change in the culture of the organization requested by the chapter’s alumni council.


STUDENT LIFE/ ACADEMIC

NORTHEAST TRIANGLE LIVING/LEARNING CENTER Georgetown University Washington, DC

Clockwise from top: Entrance to Residence Halls, View from main campus, Typical Floor plan.

Nestled into a tight triangluar lot at Georgetown University, this 225 bed project, currently in construction, will help meet the University’s long term pledge to move undergraduate student beds back onto University grounds in the next 5 years. Working as Assocaite Architects with Boston-based Sasaki, Inc, McGraw Bagnoli has been an integral player in both the design and approvals of this complicated project. In addition to our supporting role during the design phases of the project, MBA is providing oversight of the Construction Administration phase, as well as leading the certification of the project to meet LEED Gold.


INSTITUTIONAL

LIVING LEARNING RESIDENCE HALL Northeastern University

William Rawn Associates, Architects Inc. David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge

Boston, MA

Clockwise from top: Exterior view, Lobby, Typical floor plan, Upper level student lounge.

This mixed use campus building includes 230 bed Freshman Honors residence hall, 7 general purpose Classrooms, a 270-seat auditorium (the University’s largest), and a new African-American Student Center. The building activates a new campus “Promenade” with ground floor lobbies and meeting rooms along an important campus connector. Additionally, 2 story “duplex” units bring additional variety to the 3 bedrooms flats, which include 2 baths as well as kitchen and dining spaces. (David Bagnoli acted as Associate in Charge and Project Manager while at the Boston firm of William Rawn Associates).


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Campus Entry Diagram Georgetown University Northeast Triangle Residence Hall, Washington, DC 8th Avenue and Park Street

This diagram suggests a new Point of Arrival defined by a new campus green space facing Park Street and modifications to existing buildings.

This 225 bed project currently in construction, will provide a living/learning environment with campus classrooms on the ground floor and student suites in 4 and 6 bedroom configurations above. The 82,000 square foot project is on target to meet LEED Gold certification.

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Howard University Northern Gateway, Washington, DC

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The 880 bed and 40,000 gsf of retail at the threshold of campus and city address a myriad of issues that commonly define relationships between campuses and their communities. A mixed use program at the north end of this urban campus engages the community by encouraging pedestrian flow into the heart of campus while providing small scale retail and a new community gathering place.

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Gallaudet University, Live/Work/Innovate Complex, Washington, DC December 10, 2013 This proposed live/work environment for faculty, students and staff of Gallaudet University focuses on the developing relationship between the world’s most prestigious institution for deaf and hard of hearing students with its bordering warehouse district. Our project is part of a broader proposal by a shortlisted team led by PN Hoffman Development and calls for the integration of new and re-used structures to provide dynamic indoor/outdoor spaces for creative research and co-working opportunities.

Theta Chi Fraternity House, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA This 4,100 SF fraternity accommodates both residential and institutional programmatic requirements for this 1600 student college in central Virginia. Security, student life concerns, and a need to address the college’s campus wide improvements for admissions and enrollment, dictated the openness of the design. Material and landscaping selections were made to optimize qualities of low maintenance, sustainability, and longevity.


UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE BY FIRM MEMBERS Alumni House, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA Adjacent to the President’s House, this Campus Relations project converted an existing residence into an Alumni Welcome Center with Development Offices and Gardens. The plan for the estate includes a large conference space, commercial warming kitchen, exterior gardens and Accessibility upgrades. To integrate the building and the site, the center will open onto a new rear loggia and garden with the ability to link the rear garden with the president’s home next door.

College of William & Mary Cohen Career Services Center, Williamsburg, VA This project creates a new student career center as well as a new plaza, amphitheater, and campus “living room” adjacent to the existing student center. Given the proximity of the site to the campus’ historic 1930’s stadium, the building and site provide rooms and gardens that fit naturally within the varied terrain and architecture of the campus. Now complete, the building has attained LEED Gold certification.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate Principal-in-Charge of Design and Construction CUNNINGHAM | QUILL ARCHITECTS

College of William and Mary Tucker Hall Adaptive Reuse, Williamsburg, VA Tucker Hall is the second oldest building on the campus’ historic Sunken Garden. The renovation involves the demolition and replacement of 8 classrooms and administrative space. To integrate the disparate parts of the building and celebrate its well-loved features, the design preserves and updates an existing stair hall, re-opens a currently closed cupola, and creates a tiered student commons to facilitate student and faculty interaction.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate Principal-in-Charge of Design CUNNINGHAM | QUILL ARCHITECTS

Yale University Police Station, New Haven, CT As the first project in an important new campus sector linking Central Campus and Science Hill, this building acts as a beacon for the University and the New Haven Community that places manned police functions at the ground floor to provide 24 hour “eyes on the street.” Community meeting spaces and lobbies combine to create a continuous glass wall at the public edges of the building to represent ideals of community policing.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

Northeastern University Residence Hall & Academic Facility, Boston , MA This 140, 000 s.f. mixed use building includes a 230 bed Residence Hall, a Classroom Building with 7 general-purpose classrooms as well as a 270-seat auditorium, and the John D. O’Bryant Center for African-American Studies. The building is the final piece of the Award Winning Northeastern University Institutional Master plan, and serves to reinforce the mixed use nature of the University’s New West Campus while completing the pedestrian promenade which links two important campus green spaces.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.


UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE BY FIRM MEMBERS

Dartmouth College, North Park Street Graduate Housing, Hanover, NH These graduate student apartments provide 121 beds and are integrated into a neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Dartmouth College campus. The project preserves the heavily wooded site while creating broad, sunny “courts” which face a college park. Pathways link to an existing town and college network, ensuring the project integrates with the life of both the neighborhood and the campus at large.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design and Construction WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

Dartmouth College, Park and Wheelock Graduate + Faculty Housing, Hanover, NH Twenty two 2 bedroom junior faculty apartments are integrated into a strongly defined neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Dartmouth College campus. As an important gateway site to the town and campus, the project mediates between the scale of the larger institutional buildings of the College and the existing two-family colonial homes which define the character of the neighborhood. A large green “Common” was created for use by all new and existing residents of the block, consisting predominately of younger families.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design and Construction WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

Dartmouth College, 5/7/9 South Street Mews, Hanover, NH As the initial phase in the Downtown Redevelopment plan, these mixed use residential and retail buildings provide valuable swing space for the small-scale retail currently located across the entire site. With a mix of faculty and graduate student apartments totaling 33 beds, the project significantly increases the number of available housing units within downtown as a first step towards creating a vibrant and active street life.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN To facilitate the transition from commuter school to a residential campus, Middle Tennessee State University commissioned the development of a Greek Row to create attractive and diverse housing options for the growing student population. This master plan and buiding project incorporates eight fraternity houses and three sorority houses along atheltic fields and a shared open space.

Adam McGraw, AIA, Project Architect EVERTON OGLESBY, ARCHITECTS


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Swarthmore College, Faculty Housing Master Plan, Swarthmore, PA LAND USE PLANNING PRINCIPLES

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This Land Use plan for the heavily wooded campus of Swarthmore College defined a series of planning principles for reference during future development of new buildings within the campus. Among these principles: - Natural topography defines the organization of campus; - Green spaces overwhelmingly define the campus character; - 3-Sided open spaces integrate campus buildings and landscapes; - Orthogonal alignment of buildings and lawns define the center of campus; - Perimeter vehicular circulation preserves campus landscapes.

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This Master Plan for two blocks of Downtown Hanover was completed for the Dartmouth College Real Estate Office to create a plan that supports the town’s distinctive New England character. The Project creates a variety of retail and housing opportunities as an alternative to greenfield development in the nearby Connecticut River Valley. The plan provides 45,000 s.f. of retail, 180 housing units and 2 underground parking structures with an additional 350 spaces within the scale and context of this quintessential New England town.

LAND USE ANALYSIS - SWARTHMORE COLLEGE February 20, 2002

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Urban Design WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

Dartmouth College, Faculty Housing Master Plan, Hanover, NH This master plan studied the potential of new, for-sale faculty housing within a five minute walk to both campus and town. Looking to maximize the number of units that could appeal to potential faculty, the plan provides for narrow treelined streets, individual lots, and an organizing green”spine”. Based on traditional “H” shaped blocks as well as the traditional town planning principles of Hanover, the plan utilizes alleys and rear loaded garages to create a sense of place for the development.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Urban Design WILLIAM RAWN ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS INC.

College of William & Mary, Site Location/Analysis (CSC), Williamsburg, VA This campus-wide analysis presented a series of urban design observations relative to this historic campus and its variety of landscapes and gardens. These observations were followed during site selection for a new Career Services Center and included: - Pathways within a variety of campus landscapes are central to campus life; - Formal and informal guide both architectural and site response; - Buildings with multiple entries better engage campus landscapes; - A mix of uses creates a vibrant campus life; - Views from formal to informal landscapes help connect the two.

David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Urban Design CUNNINGHAM | QUILL ARCHITECTS


REFERENCES Mr. Wayne Boy, Director Facilities Planning, Design and Construction The College of William and Mary PO Box 8795 Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795 wwboyx@wm.edu (757) 221-2263 Tucker Hall Renovation and Cohen Career Center~ College of Willliam and Mary

Mr. Paul Davies, Vice President of Administration and Finance Randolph Macon College 202 Henry St Ashland, VA 23005-5505a pauldavies@rmc.edu (804) 752-7241 Theta Chi Fraternity House~ Randolph Macon College Mr. John Caulo, Associate Vice President of Campus Planing and Auxiliary Services Champlain College 163 South Willard St. Burlington, VT 05401 jcaulo@champlain.edu (802) 865-5470 Dartmouth College Real Estate Projects Mr. Mark Brabham, Assistant Director of Project Management Randolph Macon College 202 Henry St Ashland VA 23005-5505a MarkBrabham@rmc.edu (804) 752-3131 Cohen Career Center~ College of William and Mary Theta Chi Fraternity House~ Randolph Macon College Mr. Matt Steenhoek, Senior Project Manager PN Hoffman & Associates 690 Water St, NW Washington, DC 20024 MSteenhoek@pnhoffman.com (202) 688-5852 Marketplace of Ideas~ Gallaudet University Mr. Stylianos Christofedes, Principal ICG Properties 1600 K Street, NW, Suite 850 Washington, DC 20006 SChristofides@icgproperties.com (202) 783-4700

Howard University Northern Gateway


PRINCIPAL

DAVID C. BAGNOLI, AIA David C. Bagnoli, AIA has over 22 years experience in Architecture and Urban Design, including academic, master planning, commercial mixed use, multi-family housing, and hospitality architecture. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Notre Dame and retains an active interest in academics serving as visiting critic and guest lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania, The Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Catholic University and The University of Maryland. Mr. Bagnoli’s projects have received numerous design awards at the highest level of the profession, including a national Honor Award and two national Housing Awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), two national Charter Awards from the Congress of the New Urbanism, and awards from a variety of regional and state AIA chapters including the State of Maryland, New York, the Boston Society of Architects, Washington, DC, and the Virginia Society of Architects. Mr. Bagnoli has had the good fortune to work on a broad range of project types throughout his career and holds a particular passion for the planning and design of complex projects that must be highly functional and flexible while contributing to their context. He has written and lectured on the dynamics of Town/Gown relationships and has lectured on this important topic at NACUBO’s Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference, the National Smart Growth Conference, and at the National Building Museums’ Smart Growth Speaker Series. This work has been featured by the National League of Cities and the International Town Gown Association. Most recently, Mr. Bagnoli has lectured on this important topic at the International Town Gown Association National Conference as well as for the citizen’s group Building a Better Bend in Bend, Oregon, as an introduction to the benefits and challenges of a planned 5,000 student campus for the Oregon State University, Cascades. PROFESSIONAL WORKS

A rchitecture • Downtown Hanover Development Plan, Dartmouth College, NH • Alumni Center and Develoment Offices, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA • Northeast Triangle Living/Learning Center, Georgetown University, Washington, DC • Barrie School Classroom Building, Silver Spring, MD • Kunzang Palyul Choling, Buddhist Temple and Monastery, Poolesville, MD • Dartmouth College Faculty Housing, Hanover, NH • Yale University Police Station, New Haven, CT • College of William and Mary Tucker Hall Adaptive Reuse, Williamsburg, VA • College of William & Mary Career Services Center, Williamsburg, VA • Theta Chi Fraternity House, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA • The One Nest Project, Delaplane, VA • North Park Street Graduate Housing, Dartmouth College, NH • The Mercer and Wooster Condominiums, Arlington, VA • Strathmore Concert Hall, Rockville, MD • Northeastern University Residence Hall & Academic Facility, Boston , MA

Urban Design/Master Plans • Town/ Gown Planning Analysis, Grinnell College, IA • Howard University, North Campus Gateway, Washington, DC • Gallaudet University, Union Market Live/Work Student Residences, Washington, DC • Marekt Square Masterplan, Norfolk, VA • Community Crossways, Multi-Generational Master Plan, Wheaton, MD • Downtown Hanover Mixed Use Town/Gown Master Plan, Hanover, NH • Swarthmore College Faculty Housing Master Plan, Swarthmore, PA • Dartmouth College Faculty Housing Master Plan, Hanover, NH • College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA ~ Site Location/Analysis (CSC) • Carneros Inn & Resort Master Plan, Napa, CA • Seaside Lyceum Performing Arts Complex, Seaside, FL • DreamWorks SKG Headquarters/ Studios Master Plan, Playa Vista, CA • Swarthmore College Faculty Housing Master Plan, Swarthmore, PA

WORK EXPERIENCE McGraw Bagnoli Architects

Principal, 2011- Present Cunningham | Quill Architects Assocate Principal, 2004 – 2011 Ranked by Architect Magazine as one of the top 50 firms in the US, 2011 William Rawn Associates, Architects Inc

Associate ,1998-2004 Ranked by Architect Magazine as the top firm in the US, 2009 United States Air Force Officer

1992-1997 R E G I S T R AT I O N District of Columbia Virginia Connecticut Iowa

Maryland Delaware Ohio

PRACTICE AREAS Institutional/Academic Master Planning / Urban Design Adaptive Reuse Hospitality Residential - Multi Family Performing Arts Commercial / Mixed-Use A F F I L I AT I O N S American Institute of Architects Washington, DC AIA Society of College and Univeristy Planners (SCUP) International Town Gown Association (ITGA) E D U C AT I O N Master of Architecture; University of Pennsylvania, 1998 Certificate of Urban Design and Real Estate Development; University of Pennsylvania, 1998 Bachelor of Architecture; University of Notre Dame, 1992 B.A., Architecture and Art History; University of Notre Dame, 1992


DARTMOUTH COLLEGE REAL ESTATE DOWNTOWN HANOVER MASTER PL AN

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This masterplan for two underutilized blocks of Downtown Hanover was completed for the Dartmouth College Real Estate Office. The plan was designed to support, and not overwhelm, the town’s distinctive New England character. The Mixed Use project seeks to create a variety of market rate retail, commercial office, and housing opportunities as an alternative to greenfield development in the nearby Connecticut River Valley. The plan will provide 45,000 SF of new retail, 180 new units of housing (graduate/faculty and staff) and two underground parking structures with an additional 350 spaces to help relieve the overburdened parking of this quintessential College Town.

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SOUTH STREET MEWS (PHASE 1 OF THE DOWNTOWN HANOVER MASTER PL AN) Hanover, HN

The first piece of a multi phase development effort, this mixed use retail and housing project includes 12 units of market rate rental apartments in downtown Hanover, NH with ground floor retail spaces which was designed and implement to allow for the phased relocation of existing tenants. The project includes an underground parking structure as well as a small community park with shared outdoor dining, and has contributed to the town’s goal of create a vibrant, 18 hour street life for this quintessential New England college town.

Clockwise from top: Site development plan, views of completed projects illustrating relocated hardware store and pizza shop, below graduate and staff housing. Floor plans of each level are shown to the left.

William Rawn Associates, Architects Inc. David C. Bagnoli, AIA, Associate-in-Charge of Design


DOWNTOWN HANOVER IMPLEMENTATION (PHASE 2 AND 3 BY OTHERS) Hanover, HN

Subsequent to the development of South Street Mews (Phase 1 of the Downtown Master Plan), the Dartmouth College Real Estate Office has continued to implement the objectives of the Master Plan with subsequent construction of mixed use retail, office and housing projects. Designed by a variety of architects in differing styles and at different times, the continual implementation of the Plan has incrementally improved the availability of housing and retail throughout Hanover and met the long-term objectives of diversifying the downtown while creating much needed housing and parking to help serve the interests of both the College and the Town.

Left Side of page: Phase 2 Housing and retail. Right Hand side of page: Phase 3 Office and retail

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