Founder and Principal Bridge Architect, Maxim D. Nasab, AIA, MRAIC, NCARB, is a widely-published multi-cultural bridge architect originally from Montréal, Québec, Canada. He has international experience having worked in the United States, Canada, and China with various architecture firms on multiple project types including, modular housing, governmental buildings, opera houses, and museums. Maxim focused his skills and expertise on bridge architecture as his specialty and is currently one of the top bridge architects in the North America.
Maxim has worked on dozens of bridge projects throughout the United States and Canada as lead bridge design architect and project manager including Christina River Bridge, RedWing Bridge, Mobile River Bridge, and Kosciusko Bridge.
He currently serves as Secretary on AIA Tallahassee’s Board of Directors, is a member of AIA Tallahassee’s President’s Taskforce, the Transportation Research Board Aesthetics Committee, NCARB’s Item Development Subcommittee and is an active member of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada and is an Adjunct Professor at Florida State University’s Interior Architecture and Design Program