Ali Mahjouri, Senior Project Manager
Ali Mahjouri is New York City based licensed architect with 18 years of practical experience and 6 years of teaching experience. A registered architect in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, as well as a LEED AP with a BD+C designation, Mr. Mahjouri works as design focused architect in the public sector. Key past projects are in the design of a new post office/renovation on Chestnut Street across from 30th Street Amtrak Station in Center City Philadelphia (while at KlingStubbins), the entry arch at the Buddakan Restaurant in Atlantic City (while at Stokes Architecture), and a loft renovation in SoHo (while at Hanrahan Meyers Architects in NYC). Current projects are The Hunts Point WasteWater Treatment Plant in the Bronx – a brand new plant with 4 silo digesters, a control building, a gas building and multiple elevated walkways. We are collaborating with Brown and Caldwell Engineers for this DEP project. Mr. Mahjouri is also currently working on Clearview Pump Station in Queens, 108th Street Pump Station in the Bronx, and several school rehabilitations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Currently on the Senior Leadership team as a Senior Project Manager at Goshow Architects in Manhattan, Mr, Mahjouri works on projects in the Public sector with several city and state agencies (NYC DEP, NYS OGS, and NYC SCA,). Mr. Mahjouri obtained his Master’s in Architecture from Rice University under full scholarship and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Tech. Key publications that Mr. Mahjouri’s work has been presented in include “Cube” published by Princeton Architectural Press, and “Everything Must Move” published by ACTAR.
A firm advocate for innovation in public oriented architecture, Mr. Mahjouri pushes the envelope in design solutions for DEP work. Augmenting the practice, Mr. Mahjouri maintains academic involvement as a current design instructor at Lehigh University. In the past, Mr. Mahjouri has taught Architectural Design Studios at University of Pennsylvania (PennDesign Graduate Program), Temple University, Lehigh University, Philadelphia University, Drexel University, and Moore College of Art & Design. Mr. Mahjouri maintains involvement in architectural design competitions. Mr. Mahjouri received first place as a student for an AIA sponsored charette in Atlanta, second place for the Harlem Boys and Girls Club Flagship in 2002, and most recently, received an Honorable Mention on the Construction Container Facelift International Competition in December 2017.