Sam Rosenthal

Architect, Executive Vice President

Sam has provided project management, architectural design, feasibility and planning studies, facilities assessments, document production, and construction administration on various projects since joining Schooley Caldwell. These projects have involved a diverse range of building types, including the historic 47-story LeVeque Tower, the new Michael B. Coleman Government Center for the City of Columbus, and work at the National Historic Landmark Ohio Statehouse. This has given Sam a rare breadth of experience that allows him to work as a knowledgeable and versatile member of any design team. Due to this experience, Sam is able to provide a holistic and contextual approach to design.

Sam’s meticulous organization and excellent communication skills have proven to be tremendously successful in managing the type of complex projects that our firm is known for. He earned both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture from The Ohio State University, and is a Registered Architect in the State of Ohio.

Interesting fact – after a freak snowboarding accident, Sam’s wrist was reassembled with a titanium plate and a dozen screws, allowing him to draw better, faster, stronger – he is our very own bionic man.


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