Managing Historic New York City Building Restorations
About Duncan Hazard
One of 11 partners in New York’s Ennead Architects, Duncan Hazard guides diverse projects, among them many that emphasize the refurbishment and preservation of landmark civic structures. His team engages closely with a diverse clientele of government agencies, academic institutions, and scientific and arts organizations. Duncan Hazard’s project responsibilities encompass managing all stages of design, planning, and construction. Numerous projects have received national media attention and earned prestigious American Institute of Architects (AIA) awards for design excellence.
Duncan Hazard completed his bachelor’s degree at Yale University and pursued his master’s degree in architecture at Columbia University. Having gained experience with Skidmore Owings & Merrill as project manager, he joined Ennead Architects in 1980. His high-profile undertakings over the past three decades include the master plan design of preeminent U.S. campuses, including Harvard University and New York University’s Langone Medical College. He achieved an AIA Honor Award for a 2006 project which involved restoration of the Kahn Building at Yale.