Drew suljak, aia
Drew Suljak, AIA, is a registered architect with over 12 years of experience with an expertise in education design. Drew has worked on projects spanning from early childhood educational facilities to university-level work. In addition to education, he also has experience in historic preservation, single-family residential, multi-family residential, and institutional buildings.
In addition to designing educational facilities, Drew is also an educator. Having a dual perspective of both instructor and designer enables him to provide a more thoughtful educational environment. He teaches Graphic Communication at Morgan State University’s School of Architecture + Planning, as well as Sustainable Tree House Construction and Design at Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont.
As a Baltimore native, Drew has participated in AIA Baltimore’s CivicLAB (2013), volunteered with Neighborhood Design Center, taught as a lead instructor for the ACE Mentor Program, and has been active in many city-wide betterment efforts.
Morgan State University (2015- present)
Yestermorrow Design Build School (2016-present)
ACE Mentor Program (2012-2016)
Technical Advisory Committee Member
Eastern Technical High School (2016-present)
Master of Architecture
Univeristy of Oregon, Portland (2010)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of Maryland, College Park (2004)
AIA Maryland Building of the Year
Green Street Academy (2016)
*completed while at Hord Coplan Macht
Baltimore Carbon Challenge
Housing Design Competition, 3rd place (2013)