Janke and Associates, Inc. Architects
EDWARD JANKE, AIA
California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, California
Bachelor of Architecture 1972
University of Virginia
Master of Architecture 1973
Washington 9487 NCARB 27424
Founding Principal of Janke and Associates and responsible for all aspects of the professional practice: Business Development, Fiscal Management, Project Management, Design, Client Liaison, Construction Technology, and Construction Administration. Project types include single family residences, historic restoration, civic, commercial and industrial buildings.
Prior experience was with Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Erlich Rominger and Harry Weese and Associates. The projects included the design of rapid transit stations, community college, projects in the microelectronics industry and the design and management of railroad stations on the Noreast Corridor, Projects generally ranged in size from $15 to $50 million, and often involved highly difficult and complex projects that were delivered following abbreviated production schedules and fast-track construction.
Past civic and community involvement includes ten years on the Historic Landmarks Commission; Unreinforced Masonry Task Force following the Loma Prieta Earthquake; BART to San Jose Station Review Committee; High Speed Rail Community Working Group and Architectural Advisor to the City of Campbell Planning Commission. In addition he has served as Director, Treasurer, Secretary and Vice President for the American Institute of Architects Santa Clara Valley Chapter and was President of the chapter in 1996.