313 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210
David Ickes has been a registered architect for more than 30 years, almost exclusively in the management of institutional and educational projects. As a C3 Project Executive, David is responsible for all phases of a project from initial planning concepts through completion of construction and commissioning. He has extensive experience on both public and private projects including residence halls, student centers, sports field complexes, academic science buildings, parking garages, and site improvements. Prior to C3 he spent 14 years in the Capital Projects group at Boston College where he managed the Alumni Stadium expansion and the complete renovation of all the science labs on campus.
David has a BS in Architecture and a BS in Science from Kent State University and attended the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York City. His background in architecture, design, planning, and construction give David a strong understanding of the process required to properly design, develop, manage, and construct a project. David is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, Construction Specification Institute, and is a LEED-accredited professional.
David was active in the architect’s softball league for many years until an untimely knee injury ended his stellar career. He has coached little league baseball in Bolton and is currently supporting the local scouting efforts. Once a season ticket holder for all NCAA sports at Boston College, David has not retired his Alumni Stadium BC football seats and still enjoys tailgate parties. Joining a golf league a few years ago, David is still in pursuit of that elusive single-digit handicap.