Dieter H. Gartner


Building Enclosure Consultant



Boston Architectural Center, Bachelor of Architecture, 1984-1989
Roger Williams College, Associates of Engineering Technology, 1982-1983


Key Data

Dieter has over 20 years of experience as a senior designer, project architect/project manager representing educational, residential, museums, health care, commercial, institutional and private Owners, for projects ranging from new construction to historic preservation and re-use.

Dieter has extensive experience in pre-construction, pre-design/design, complete project documentation, bid and cost evaluations, project site/construction observation and building commissioning processes. He has an exemplary knowledge of detailing, construction techniques, MEP-FP analysis, structural analysis, sustainable design, and engineering. He is well familiar with building codes for highly technical project types ranging from higher education, commercial and collegiate research facilities, museums, theaters, high-rise residential, hospitals, MOB’s buildings to natatoriums/sports facilities, university dormitories/housing to single family homes.

Dieter is experienced in presenting and working with clients to develop and evaluate their project requirements, goals, expectation and vision, from inception to completion through the application of his knowledge of products, materials, construction techniques, and the standard of care for industry practices and systems.