RDC has appointed Robert Lisauskas, AIA, LEED AP, as design director.
President and CEO Brad Williams, AIA, said, “We are excited to have Bob back with us at RDC. His talents and experience are a great fit for our clients who are focused on mixed-use development.”
Based in RDC’s Long Beach headquarters, Lisauskas is working on client projects, including site studies and conceptual design for high-rise residential towers, and the re-imagining of shopping centers.
Before joining RDC, Lisauskas served for seven years as senior associate, vice president at CallisonRTKL, and before that as project design director at RDC’s predecessor firm, P+R Architects. His more than two decades of experience working on large-scale projects across the world includes:
- In Los Angeles: the Four Seasons Private Residences, 850 Hill Street, 350 Figueroa Street and 88 Grand Hope Lofts
- The Village at San Antonio Center, Mountainview, CA
- In Boston: The Eli and Edythe Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard University, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Engineering, and the Fan Pier South Boston Waterfront Masterplan
- The Miami International Airport, Concourse J
- Emaar Square in Cairo, Egypt
“At RDC, I’m enjoying the collaboration between team members, clients, and community where our work looks to the future for all the ways that we will live, work and play,” said Lisauskas.
Lisauskas is a licensed architect in California, a LEED accredited professional, and an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He has served as a board member of the Silver Lake Urban Design Committee for the past eight years and acts as a student mentor at The University of Southern California (USC). He was previously a member of the Boston Architectural College Design Studio faculty. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a bachelor of architecture degree from Catholic University, Washington DC, and a master’s degree in city design, planning, and policy from SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, CA.