Knowing how a building is put together in a technical sense, and with a design-conscious eye, describes Associate Marc Furst’s skills to a T. He has developed this balance through his work on a wide variety of projects including single family estates, department of defense structures, high-end single-family homes for art collectors, fire stations, technical industry tenant improvements and high-rise, mid-rise and multi-family housing projects.
Marc’s architecture career began in High School, drafting on mylar for a two person firm. After summer jobs in construction, he graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Architecture then worked in a variety of offices before landing at Weber Thompson in 2005.
Actively balancing and combining work and life, Marc runs Weber Thompson’s annual employee Art Show, and acts as the Chair of the Triple H Bicycle club. These activities only happen when he isn’t renovating his latest house, pursuing his passion for cooking or teaching his twin toddlers how to use Sketchup.
Bachelor of Architecture & Building Science
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute