Chuck Wischow Associate / Project Manager
Chances are, Chuck Wischow doesn’t make a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich. He makes a perfect PB & J. The jelly is complemented in perfect ratio by the peanut butter. The crusts on each side are perfectly aligned. And the entire sandwich is divided perfectly into two equal halves. Because that’s the approach that Chuck brings to architectural design. He believes the overall design needs to perfectly suit the client’s needs. Technology must be woven into the environment. All of the control systems and elements must fit perfectly together. And he’s prepared to work tenaciously until it does. To Chuck, it’s not enough to create a good design. It must be “technically perfect”. It’s this approach that Chuck has brought to projects as diverse as casinos, which required designing spaces for everything from a theater and convention space to a bar and hotel, to the Lambeau Field renovation, which involved coordinating the efforts of 20 different design firms. Recently, Chuck has also developed expertise in designing industrial end-process piping systems and waste management systems for food processing facilities. No doubt one of which is working on a recipe for even better jelly.
Education & Affiliations
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Experienced in AutoCAD, Revit
Chuck has been a part of the Somerville team since 1990