Ed Curley is the Director of Architecture for Epstein and is based in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Curley has experience in managing projects and teams across a wide range of typologies and has coordinated the design and construction administration for many projects during his 20 years of practice. Currently, Mr. Curley is responsible for serving as the principal-in-charge for Epstein’s architecturally-led projects, as well as ensuring the project delivery and design for those endeavors. Additionally, Mr. Curley also directs the coordination of the architectural staff and supervises all phases of design.
In his prior professional experience, Mr. Curley was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Chicago office for Rafael Viñoly Architects. While there, Mr. Curley led the Rafael Viñoly Architects design team and organization of the design consultants for NEMA Chicago, a 76-story luxury rental apartment building located at the south end of Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Curley supervised the design team’s daily performance as well as oversaw the overall completion of their responsibilities. Mr. Curley also participated in the resolution of all technical and design decisions affecting the interior and exterior of the building. Mr. Curley also previously worked for Epstein on multiple large and complex projects, including the mixed-use residential/retail development Roosevelt Collection in Chicago, Illinois; the new construction and renovation of The Landmark Condominiums in Vail, Colorado; and the global headquarters for Serta Incorporated in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
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