Mr. Dobday joined Voorsanger Architects PC in 1998. He has over sixteen years experience in the design and construction of complex institutional projects for both the public and private sector. His design input has been invaluable to the firm, particularly his ability to organize and realize design concepts in drawings and details that can be easily constructed.
His aviation-related experience includes several projects for The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. He worked on coordination and master planning for the International Arrivals Terminal, and was a member of the design team for the Terminal B expansion at Newark International Airport. . At JFK International Airport he worked as Project Architect with Port Authority personnel and conservation specialists to create a stable environment for the World Trade Center Archives and the design and construction of temporary enclosures.
Mr. Dobday has worked on projects with several cultural institutions, including the Asia Society and Museum and the French Institute/Alliance Francais in Manhattan. He has been Project Architect for the Blue Ridge Residence in Charlottesville, Virginia and is presently working on the Napa Residence in California.
At a previous firm he served as project manager for a large scale project at Hunter College as well as various feasibility studies at the school. As leader of the design team and coordinator of all consultants, he has acquired expert knowledge of the specific requirements for multi-use buildings. Mr. Dobday attended Wayne State University (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1986), University of Michigan (Bachelor of Science with a concentration in architecture, 1988) and Yale University (Master of Architecture, 1992).