2017 Executive Committee
Mark Barone, AIA
2017 AIA West Jersey President
Mark Barone, AIA, is the Principal of Mark Barone Architect, located in Haddonfield, New Jersey. The firm offers architectural services and consultation for residential and light commercial projects. He is a licensed Architect in New Jersey and New York, and is a certified member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Mark currently serves as a member of the Historic Preservation Committee in Haddonfield, NJ.
Mark believes buildings should be built in harmony with the surrounding environment and local context, and strives to include sustainable practices and products in all his designs. His focus is designing beautiful, comfortable and functional spaces that promote quality life and work experiences, with an emphasis on the connection to the natural world. His previous work in New York City has honed his ability to maximize the function and utility of spaces resulting in more efficient, less wasteful buildings.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Masters of Architecture degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey.
As an active member of the American Institute of Architects, Mark looks forward to expanding the AIA West Jersey Chapter’s involvement in community service projects and increasing member participation in the Emerging Professionals Community (EPiC).
He resides in Haddonfield, New Jersey with his wife and two children.
President-Elect, Position Currently Vacant
2017 AIA West Jersey President-Elect
Troy Harris, AIA, LEED AP
2017 AIA West Jersey Treasurer
Troy Harris, AIA, LEED AP is a Project Architect at Ignarri-Lummis Architects in Cherry Hill, NJ. While at Ignarri-Lummis, Troy has primarily worked on retail tenant fit-outs, retail center rehabilitation projects, supermarkets and dental offices. With nationally recognized retail clients, Troy has worked on projects throughout the United States, giving him the opportunity to work with a variety of property owners and building department jurisdictions.
Working throughout the country has allowed him to experience different construction and design practices, work with various state and local codes and code amendments, and develop an understanding of the importance of both gathering and communicating information throughout the project as on site visits are minimal. Ignarri-Lummis also relies on Troy’s skills to complete detailed existing conditions surveys and due diligence reports to kick off a project or assist a tenant in completing their lease negotiations.
Troy attended Montana State University and obtained a Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Design in 2006 and a Masters of Architecture in 2008. He is a licensed architect in the state of New Jersey and holds an NCARB certificate. As an advocate of sustainable design practices, Troy became a LEED Accredited Professional in 2009. He believes that architects must take the lead in decreasing our country’s energy consumption and promote environmentally responsible lifestyles through the built environment we design; as licensed architects we have dedicated ourselves to protecting the health and safety of the public.
Troy grew up in Monroeville and currently resides in Mickleton with his wife. He is a member of the Woodstown Moose Lodge #932 and is a past Treasurer and Trustee on their executive board. He is an avid skier and participates in a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, whitewater kayaking, rock climbing, and hunting.
Jessica O’Donnell, AIA
2017 AIA West Jersey Secretary
Jessica O’Donnell, AIA, is an Architect at Kitchen and Associates, in Collingswood, New Jersey. She has over five years of experience in residential and mixed-use building design, holds an NCARB certificate, and is licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Jessica is a graduate of Oklahoma State University where she earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree with a minor in Environmental Studies in 2011. During her five years at OSU she was a Division I Equestrian Team member, a member of the American Institute of Architecture Students, and a volunteer with the Architecture Students Teaching Elementary Kids (ASTEK) program.
As a young professional she is committed to developing a community within New Jersey that promotes the professional growth of emerging professionals while fostering comradery among the younger generations within the architecture profession through inclusive events that encompass the different design disciplines.
In addition to her role as West Jersey Secretary, Jessica currently serves as the Young Architect Regional Director of New Jersey for AIA National’s Young Architect’s Forum and is also the Chair of AIA New Jersey’s Emerging Professionals Community (EPiC). As a founding member of EPiC, she has helped shape the community and its efforts to promote the professional growth of emerging architects and provide service to local communities through advocacy, education, and public outreach events.
Jason Lutz, AIA
2017 AIA West Jersey Immediate Past President
Jason Lutz, AIA, is an Architect at Kitchen and Associates, in Collingswood, New Jersey. His interest is in Architectural Design that combines traditional ideas of composition, form, and craft with a readable and more flexible expression through modern functionality. He believes that the inspiration for design comes from the physical conditions of the site, as well as the cultural, historical, and especially environmental context for the building.
Jason graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Temple University Tyler School of Art. For six months he lived in Rome, Italy, where he studied the concepts and philosophies inherent in International Architecture and Design. His Architectural Thesis “In the Middle of a Void,” won Honorable Mention by the Architectural Thesis Review Committee at Temple University.
Jason is a Licensed Architect in the State of New Jersey and the State of Pennsylvania and is a certified member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
In addition to serving as the 2014-2016 President for AIA West Jersey, Jason is an active participant in AIA West Jersey’s Emerging Professionals Committee (EPiC), a group dedicated to the professional development of Interns and Emerging Professionals within the Architectural Profession. Jason also volunteers his time within his community lending his knowledge of environmentally conscious design to the Mount Laurel Green Team.
David N. Lummis, AIA, LEED AP
2017 AIA West Jersey Trustee
David Lummis, AIA is a principal with the firm of Ignarri-Lummis Architects in Cherry Hill. Dave is a licensed architect in New Jersey and forty-one other states. The firm specializes in retail development and medical and dental office facilities across the country. He also holds a New Jersey Professional Planner’s license, is a New Jersey licensed ICS Building Inspector, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
In 1979, Dave graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, at which time he joined the firm of Thomas Kolbe Thomas Poponi. Dave, with his partner Bob Ignarri, AIA, became principals of the firm in 1990. The South Jersey firm has maintained a continual line of partnerships dating back to 1921.
Dave became involved with AIA West Jersey in 2006, serving as Vice President. He became President of the Chapter in 2008, and has remained on the Executive Board serving as Trustee and Treasurer. In addition to his duties for the Executive Board, Dave has initiated AIA West Jersey’s Community Service projects, where members of AIA West Jersey have assisted with several projects in Camden, NJ.
Dave is also a member of the Cherry Hill Rotary Club and the Cherry Hill Historical Commission. He grew up in Cherry Hill, attending two schools designed by the firm’s predecessors, and currently resides in Cherry Hill. Dave enjoys skiing, scuba diving, woodworking and photography.
John J. Glaviano, AIA
2017 AIA West Jersey Trustee
John J. Glaviano, AIA is a Project Manager for Lammey & Giorgio Architects in Haddon Township, New Jersey. In addition to design work, John serves as the Construction Manager for Lammey & Giorgio. He is married and has a seven year old son. John is a licensed Architect and a past President of AIA West Jersey. 2015 marks his 10th year on the AIA WJ Board where he will serve as a Trustee. John holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
John has worked in the Architecture field for over 20 years and has been fortunate to work on some notable buildings including the Philadelphia Flyers’ practice facility in Voorhees, New Jersey, numerous Renovations to Caesars Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City and several restaurants including Planet Hollywood at Caesars and the Chop House in Gibbsboro, New Jersey. Some of his recent projects include serving as the Architectural Construction Manager for the terminal expansion of the Atlantic City International Airport and the restoration of the 160 year old Glassboro Train Station in Glassboro, New Jersey. In 2009, John completed a façade renovation to the Ritz (Carlton) in Atlantic City, which serves as the model for “Nucky” Thompson’s home in the HBO miniseries ‘Boardwalk Empire’.
Prior to joining Lammey & Giorgio in 2001, John worked for design-build Architect Barry Bannett, AIA. Working for The Bannett Group enabled him to gain firsthand experience of construction methods by serving as an Assistant Site Superintendent on job sites while also working in the design studio. John has also worked for RHM Associates, in Marlton, New Jersey, and Grana, Bonnett, Ambruster, LLC. in Ventor, New Jersey.
Robert W. O’Reilly, AIA, LEED AP
2017 AIA West Jersey Trustee
Robert O’Reilly, AIA, LEED AP is Principal and Co-Founder of Arch Design Architects, Inc. located in Cherry Hill, NJ. He is a licensed professional Architect with over thirty years of experience. His interest in sustainable design and energy conservation led him to become a LEED Accredited Professional through the U.S. Green Building Council. Robert has design several LEED certified buildings throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
After majoring in Construction Management & Structural Engineering and attaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Robert accumulated experience in estimating, design, and project management by working with various design firms across New Jersey. Not long after acquiring his New Jersey licensure as an architect, Robert transitioned his talents into the construction management arena by fulfilling a senior project management role at Wu & Associates, Inc.
In 2001, Robert launched Arch Design Architects, Inc. in partnership with members of executive management from Wu & Associates, Inc. Though the two firms act separately, they are able to team and offer design/build services to their clients as an added option for specific projects.
Robert in his spare time is active with the AIA West Jersey Section and is also very active within the Cherry Hill community being a member of the Green Building Task force of Sustainable Cherry Hill (a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public on sustainability and the environment). In addition, he is a member of the International Code Council, the Construction Specifications Institute, and of AIA New Jersey COTE (Committee on The Environment).