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Overview

David Zion, AIA, is a leader in BRG’s Construction Defect Evaluation and Standard of Care practice. He is a professional architect with national credentials currently licensed in 17 states. Mr. Zion possesses over 35 years of diversified experience in the design and construction industry.

Mr. Zion has served as principal-in-charge and architect of record for governmental and private industry clients while employed with consulting, architectural design, and design-build firms, executing projects for Fortune 500 and Department of Defense clients. He has testified in federal and state courts, AAA arbitration, mediations, public service commission, and dispute review board venues for complex construction disputes involving alleged design and/or construction defects, negligence, and standard of care issues.   

Education

Georgia Institute of Technology
BS, Architecture, 1980

Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France
AIA Continuing Education

Employment History

Berkeley Research Group
Director
2016 - present
Senior managing consultant 
2012 - 2014

Navigant Consulting
Associate director
2005 - 2012

A.W. Hutchison & Associates
Project manager
2003 - 2005

David L. Zion, AIA PC
President, Consulting Architect
2003

Leo A. Daly
Director of Operations
2000 - 2002

The Austin Company
Chief architect
1994 - 2000

Ogram Architects, Inc.
Senior project manager
1994

O’Kon and Company, Inc.
Project manager
1991 - 1994

Carlson Associates, Inc.
Project captain
1987 - 1991

Tipton Masterson and Associates, Ltd.
Staff associate
1985 - 1987

Hausemann/MacGregor Architects
Intern architect
1983 - 1985

News & Insights

Seminars & Speaking Engagements

News & Commentary

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Certificate holder

American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Professional member

Construction Specifications Institute
Professional member, Atlanta Chapter

Professional architect

Georgia

Alabama

Massachusetts

Michigan

Nevada

North Carolina

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

Virginia

Florida

Ohio

Texas

Maryland

Washington, DC

West Virginia

New York