T. Gunny Harboe, FAIAgunny@harboearch.com
In March of 2006 Gunny Harboe began his own architecture firm specializing in historic preservation and sustainable design. Prior to that he spent 17 ½ years at McClier (and Austin/AECOM) where he was responsible for all of the firm’s projects involving preservation, restoration, or rehabilitation of older structures of historic or architectural significance. He is a registered architect having received his M. Arch. degree from MIT, which included study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark. He also has a M.Sc. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, and an A.B. in History from Brown University. In 1998 he completed the course in Architectural Conservation at ICCROM in Rome, Italy.
Mr. Harboe has gained a national reputation for his award winning work on the Rookery Building and Reliance Buildings. Both these projects received national Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mr. Harboe was named a “2001 Young Architect” by the National AIA, and in 2002, he was made a member of the GSA’s National Register of Peer Professionals.
Mr. Harboe recently completed three years of service on the national board of the AIA, as a Regional Director from Illinois. He is also a Past President of AIA Chicago. His other volunteer activities include serving as current Secretary General of the ICOMOS ISC on 20th Century Heritage, past Vice President of the Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois; and past Vice President of DOCOMOMO-US, where he currently remains a board member.
Mr. Harboe has lectured extensively internationally and all over the U.S., and has published numerous articles about his work. Recent projects include; Holabird and Roche’s Marquette Building, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, Mies Van der Rohe’s Crown Hall, Louis Sullivan’s Carson Pirie Scott Store and Holabird and Root’s Chicago Board of Trade Building, all National Historic Landmarks.
Bob Score, AIAscore@harboearch.com
Bob Score, AIA is a Project Architect with over fifteen years of experience in historic preservation architecture. He has been with Harboe Architects since its inception in 2006 and previously worked with Gunny Harboe at McClier starting in 2000. Mr. Score also worked as an architect for Ann Beha Associates in Boston, MA between 1996 and 2000 where he worked on the restoration of historic museums and cultural properties throughout the United States. He worked as a research assistant for the US Construction Engineering Laboratory conducting preservation planning at various military installations between 1998 and 2000. He also worked for the Historic American Building Survey for two summers, documenting historic structures at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Mr. Score earned his BS in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University. He earned his MArch from the University of Illinois, Urbana in 1994 with a specialization in Historic Preservation. As part of his masters studies he completed a semester at Tongi University in Shanghai, China. Mr Score is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois and is NCARB certified.
At Harboe Architects, Mr. Score is responsible for leading projects from design through construction, overseeing staff, coordinating with consultants and contractors and developing positive relationships with our clients. He is well versed on restoration issues involving masonry, windows, cast iron, interior finishes, façade inspections, and building assessments.
Mr. Score is active in the preservation field. He was chair of the Historic Resources Committee of the Chicago Chapter of the AIA from 2000 to 2002 . He also was a Director of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT) from 2006 to 2008 . Mr. Score is the founder and past president of the Western Great Lakes Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology. He is a current member of APT and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mr Score speaks regularly to various professional organizations and at conferences on preservation topics.
Some of his recent projects include: Sullivan Center Cast Iron Restoration and Cornice Restoration, Unity Temple Preservation Master Plan, Marquette Building Cornice Restoration and Lafayette Building Renovation.
Timothy Scovic, Assoc. AIAscovic@harboearch.com
Tim Scovic has over five years of experience working in architecture and historic preservation. He joined Harboe Architects in October of 2007 and assists in schematic design, design development, construction documents, construction administration, research, and report writing at the firm. In addition to his work at Harboe Architects, Mr. Scovic is an adjunct instructor at Harrington College of Design in Chicago.
Mr. Scovic completed his undergraduate education in architecture at the University of Cincinnati in 2005, where he had the opportunity to study abroad in Rome, Italy in the spring of 2004. He graduated with his Master of Architecture specializing in Historic Preservation in 2007 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While enrolled there, he served as vice president of the student chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, worked as a research assistant at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and as a teaching assistant for architectural history courses in the School of Architecture. He also received the Rexford Newcomb Award for excellence in architectural history and preservation.
As an active member of the architecture and preservation community, Mr. Scovic participates in a number of different organizations. He is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is currently the Chair of the Historic Resources Committee for AIA Chicago. He is also the Vice President of the Association for Preservation Technology Western Great Lakes Chapter, a member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Landmarks Illinois.
Tim’s recent projects at Harboe Architects include work on Louis Sullivan's Carson Pirie Scott Store Building (Sullivan Center), Mies van der Rohe's Carr Chapel at IIT and Chicago Federal Center, and Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple and Beth Sholom Synagogue.
Mark Kasprzyk, AIAkasprzyk@harboearch.com
Mark Kasprzyk has over eight years of experience in historic preservation architecture. From December 2007 – July 2009 Mark worked for Joseph K. Oppermann Architect in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he worked on a number of different preservation projects. Before working in North Carolina, Mark previously worked with Harboe Architects from its inception in March of 2006 until the fall of 2007 and before that he worked with Gunny Harboe at McClier starting in 2001.
Mr. Kasprzyk earned his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Illinois Chicago in 1996 and his Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2000. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is currently the Co-Chair of the Interfaith Forum for Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA) for AIA Chicago.
At Harboe Architects, Mark is responsible for leading projects in all phases of work from schematic design through construction, coordinating with consultants and contractors, and completing historic structure reports and building preservation reports.
Some of his recent projects include: Emil Bach House, Illinois Supreme Court, Unity Temple South Roof Repairs, Chicago Federal Center Plaza Restoration, 10 W. Jackson