Fred Wilmers AIA NCARB LEED AP
Fred Wilmers, a registered architect with over 25 years of professional experience, has led the planning, design, and construction of some of New York area’s most architecturally complex and prominent buildings. Fred is known for his dexterity in leading teams of designers and sub-consultants through complicated process from conceptualization through construction and his ability to deliver solutions to complex challenges and issues time and again.
His most recent academic project was a new research laboratory building for The Rockefeller University in a complex setting where the building and its related open space extends over the Franklin Roosevelt Drive on the East River in New York City. He was Project Director for the total renovation and transformation of the Old College Library at CUNY City College into the new Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design.
His other project experience includes the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Farm Research Campus, Princeton University Stadium, Columbia University Presbyterian Medical Center, and Jazz at Lincoln Center; all extraordinarily visionary and technically challenging, and many are published in professional and trade journals and have won multiple awards.
Prior to founding his own firm, Fred was a Director at Rafael Viñoly Architects and previously worked on large-scale and mixed-use buildings in New York and London.