Bob Piatek, AIA, LEED AP
Associate Principal, Senior Vice President and Detroit Office Director

“As architects, we bring the ability to see the big picture and how design can create positive change.”


About Bob

With over 40 years of experience in the architectural field, Bob’s management experience encompasses a variety of largescale, complex healthcare and commercial projects. A Detroit native, he is a community activist, teacher and a committee chair of AIA Detroit’s Urban Priorities Committee. Bob is a recipient of AIA Detroit’s Charles Blessing award in recognition of his contributions to Detroit’s communities. A proven leader, his background emphasizes process expertise and project management strength, by focusing on being the client’s advocate and team facilitator. The result is the development of healthcare facilities totaling more than a billion dollars in construction value. 

“Architects should a be catalyst to bring civic, business, community and design leaders together in a collaborative effort to shape the future of Detroit and its neighborhoods. For me, it’s been using my architectural connections to get people excited about contributing their expertise outside of work.”

Professional Credentials
Registered Architect – State of Michigan

American Institute of Architects
- Former Detroit Chapter President
- Former Detroit Chapter Board of Director Member

LEED – Accredited Professional

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards – Certified

Education
Bachelor of Architecture – Lawrence Institute of Technology