Chris joined Payette in 1996. Working with clients at a highly detailed level, his work is driven by a desire to design exceptional lab spaces that are successful by their combination of innovation, functionality and order. After being an instrumental part of the highly successful Princeton University Frick Chemistry project, Chris moved on to the Northeastern University ISEC project, a seminal project for Payette. Chris was pivotal to the laboratory design, building design and document development, coordination and construction administration. Chris continued to lead all of the interior fit-out projects for the new faculty investigators in ISEC, ensuring the satisfaction of the users while maintaining the building’s design intent.
Chris is currently part of the leadership core of the Northeastern EXP team with responsibility for lab design, document development and systems coordination. His experience is shared with his colleagues through consistent mentorship. His knowledgeable, steady and thorough approach makes him critical to the team and the client.
B.Arch., 1993, University of Miami