William St. Amant
Project Manager


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Taubman College of Architecture

Masters in Architecture, Graduation with Honors 2006

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Civil Engineering Department

Construction Engineering and Management Program

Masters in Engineering 2006

Oberlin College

Oberlin, Ohio

College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelors of Arts with Philosophy Major and Art Studio Minor 1991


Over twenty (20) years experience in the construction industry with progressive levels of responsibility beginning as apprentice, laborer, carpenter, woodworker, builder, contractor, and construction manager. Geographically varied work experience including Baltimore, San Francisco Bay Area, Greater Detroit Area, Boston, Western Massachusetts, Long Island and New York City. Currently Project Manager for an Architecture/Engineering firm specializing in investigation, design, detailing, administration, observation and/or third party oversight of the repair and rehabilitation of building exteriors and facades. Under the direction of Registered Design Professionals, duties include detailing, cost analysis, and construction project administration for multi-phase facades and roofs rehabilitation projects. Concurrently conducts field examinations and develops reports analyzing the effects of water infiltration through the exterior envelopes of buildings; recommends long term repairs; and provides cost forecasts and estimates for anticipated exterior capital improvement projects.


Archstone Westbury Mold Remediation and Upgrade Project: Over a twenty month period managed field reporting for third party observation and analysis during Loss Adjusting for a four hundred unit apartment reconstruction project located on Long Island. Total loss claim in excess of $40 million dollars.

Selected Façade Rehabilitation Projects Located in the City of New York:

105 Duane Street [48 stories] 885 Flatbush Avenue [four stories]

55 West 125th Street [14 stories] Manhattan Plaza Towers [two @ 48 stories each]

Carnegie Park [30 stories] 80 Jamaica Avenue [three stories]

Construction schedule varied between two and eight months;

Construction Phase costs between $100,000 dollars and $800,000 dollars

Roof Rehabilitation Projects Located in the City of New York:

132 West 31st Street [8,000 SF] 217-02 Jamaica [5,000 SF] 652 Kent Avenue, Administration [80,000 SF] 107-01 71st Avenue, Administration [4,000 SF]

Construction schedule between two and eight weeks;

Construction costs between $100,000 dollars and $650,000 dollars

Construction Management with Sciame Construction:

Cooper Square Hotel New Construction: Enclosure for new 22 story building –

Daily Project Management for Curtain wall, Storefront and Miscellaneous Metals Subcontractors; $12 Million [aggregate subcontracts] $55 Million Construction budget


Construction Specifications Institute CDT 2008

NCARB Intern Development Program Registration 2007

NCARB ARE 4.0 Testing Candidate 2010

RESTORE Intensive Masonry Restoration Program 2008

Applied Technology Council ATC-20 Post Earthquake Evaluation of Buildings 2009

Applied Technology Council ATC 45 Evaluation of Buildings After Wind 2009

Massachusetts Licensed Construction Supervisor, Licensed 1998-2002

Licensed Michigan Residential Builder, Licensed 2003-06


Environmental Protection Agency P3 Grant #52; Major Co-Investigator 2004-05

UM Lebaron Jenney Scholar 2005-06

Urban Glass Emerging Artist Fellowship 1997

AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer 1993-94


August 2006 – March 2008 Sciame Construction

Assistant Project Manager for boutique construction management firm in New York City. Builder of choice for high profile, complex, highly-designed, technically sophisticated projects in the twenty million to two hundred million dollar project cost range.

April 2008 – Present Façade MD Architects & Engineers

Project Manager for Architecture and Engineering Professional Services Corporation specializing in designing, detailing and administering exterior projects including restoration, historic preservation and waterproofing.