John Seger has over 15 years of experience in providing architectural services for institutional, commercial, and residential projects. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Boston Architectural Center. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and holds a National Architectural Registration Certificate.
Prior to starting his private practice, Mr. Seger was a principal architect with SEA Consultants, Inc. His responsibilities included; managing budgets, coordination with staff and consultants, and lead designer. In addition to project management, he provided assistance with marketing, work load coordination, and was the lead architect for a sustainable design initiative for LEEDS certification. Prior to joining SEA Consultants, Mr. Seger worked for The Phillips Group, NYC, NY, David Jacobson Associates, Atlantic City, NJ, and Goody, Clancy Associates, Boston, MA.
His representative projects include Hampden Correctional Facility: Chicopee, MA, Design/ Build for an 110,000 SF women’s correctional facility estimated construction cost $24 million, MCI Norfolk: Norfolk, MA, Design/ Build for a 15,000 SF housing addition with a construction cost of $7 million, Norfolk County Correctional Facility: Dedham, MA, Design/ Build for an 18,000 SF housing addition with a construction cost of $8 million, Construction documents for renovations to an existing 200 unit apartment complex, Rockland, MA, Design/ Build for a 12,000 SF housing addition with a construction cost of $7 million, Suffolk County Correctional Facility: Boston, MA, Design/ Build for a 43,000 SF housing addition with a construction cost of $14 million, MassDevelopment Adams Visitor Center, Adams MA, Design for a 10,000 SF multi-use visitor center with a construction budget of $2.7 million, MassPort, Security Checkpoints at Logan Airport and interior design, Massachusetts State College Building Authority (MSCBA), Complete study for new dormitory facilities at Worcester State, Westfield State College, and Clark University, Extensive historical renovation to the East Campus dormitories, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Study for new research and laboratory facility, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Town Building Study, Rockport, MA, Renovations to the Saugus Town Hall, Saugus, MA, Renovation and Additions to Concord Public Works, Concord, MA, Renovations to Harvey Wheeler Senior Center, Concord, MA, Everett Department of Public Works, MA, Sharon Community Center, Sharon, MA, Holliston Water Treatment Plant, Holliston, MA.