Roark Redwood is the Senior Vice President of Technical and Government Solutions with the National Institute of Building Sciences, and is responsible for overall performance by ensuring innovative execution and delivery of services and expanding new business development opportunities.
Redwood is an architect with 24 years of experience as a leader of diverse teams of professionals for a variety of clients and project types from a new multi-billion-dollar Universal Studios theme park in Beijing, China to a U.S. Embassy in Africa, to multiple projects for the Architect of the Capitol, Smithsonian Institution, National Archives and Records Administration, and U.S. Corps of Engineers, Redwood excels at leading complex, high-risk, and high-profile endeavors.
Redwood is an Adjunct Professor at the Catholic University of America teaching multiple classes in the School of Engineering’s graduate engineering management program.
Redwood actively volunteers, and is on the Board of Directors of AIA|DC, serves as Chair for Professional Education Programs on the SAME Architecture Community of Interest, and is a member of National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) committees.