Nathaniel Eck is a highly effective and driven project management and design professional with a passion for making the world a better place for all. He has worked on over 60 public infrastructure design, engineering, and construction projects. Projects have ranged in length from one year to three years. Individual project budgets have ranged from $500k to over $65MM with a total portfolio of over $150MM. He has coordinated and interfaced with top engineering, architecture, construction, and energy firms such as AECOM, Gulf Interstate Engineering, and Pacific Gas & Electric. He also has experience working on architectural design, urban design, and construction projects for underserved communities in California, Colombia, Israel, Nicaragua, and Oregon. He is particularly interested in the exploration of ways to address the social, economic, and environmental issues facing underserved communities.
In addition to undergraduate and graduate degrees in Architecture and Urban Design, Professor Eck has a background in Information Technology (hardware R&D, application programming, user interface/user experience design).
He was recently awarded the National Endowment for the Humanities grant for the project “Discovery and Documentation of At-Risk Built Heritage.”