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CCA, LLC. adds Senior Architect to their New York City office

[fa icon="calendar"] Feb 7, 2019, 8:30:00 AM / by Kenneth R Quigley, PE

Lynne Funk, R.A., Senior Architect at CCA, LLC.

LynneFunk_CCA_Edit 2.6.19CCA, LLC is excited to add Lynne Funk, AIA, NCARB, to our growing New York City office as a Senior Architect.  Lynne has over 30 years of experience, education, and continued training in Architecture.  Lynne brings extensive knowledge of building codes, design standards, building accessibility standards, historic preservation, and construction industry accepted best practices to the CCA team.  As a result, Lynne brings decades of unique experience to forensic investigation, reports, and expert opinions, for litigation support, cause and origin studies, and remedial design.  In addition to design, Lynne is trained and experienced in construction management and project management.

As a Registered Architect, Lynne conducts design assessments, existing condition evaluations, forensic investigations, root cause failure analyses, and historic building preservation studies.  Lynne’s work includes conceptual and detailed designs for new buildings, renovations, expansions, and repairs. She has completed a wide range of projects in the residential, commercial, retail, industrial, and institutional markets.  As a community-involved architect, Lynne’s passion for architecture leads her to participate in many councils and organizations which seek to preserve architecturally and culturally significant buildings, urban areas, and environmentally sensitive areas.

Lynne's background includes:

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Architecture, Honors Degree Program, University of Kentucky
  • Certificate in Construction Management, New York University
  • Certificate in Real Estate Development, New York University

AFFILIATIONS

  • American Institute of Architects (AIA), Since 1988
  • Hudson River Trust, Advisory Council Member 2006 to present
  • Society for Urban Archaeology, 2012 to present
  • Save Tin Pan Alley Task Force, 2017 to present

CCA has a team of architects, forensics engineers, and construction experts who work together to find the root cause of a problem by examining structures, materials, systems, designs, delays, and construction means and methods.  CCA’s work assists in the resolution of claims and complaints related to the built environment.  Learn more about our forensic capabilities.

 

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