Ronald F. Eiswerth has led many of RMJM’s most complex science and research facilities for academic, institutional and corporate clients as a planner and Project Director. He has worked with academic institutions such as Duke, NYU, and Colorado, as well as corporate clients such as GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer.
Ron’s recent projects include the Duke French Family Science Center – a 290,000 SF multidisciplinary science facility at Duke University which includes teaching and research space for the biology, chemistry and physics departments as well as state-of-the-art research greenhouses. The project also secured a LEED Silver certification.
Ron is regularly involved in all aspects of his projects from inception through completion. He participates in all planning and conceptual design efforts, coordinates the entire team’s progress, monitors the design quality and adherence to the program, scope, budget and schedule and works closely with the construction team to deliver the project.
Ron is a member of the National Council of Architects’ Registration Board and is registered in the state of Texas. He has a Master's in Business Administration and of Architecture from University of Illinois and a Bachelor's in Architecture from Pennsylvania State University.