Visiting Assistant Professor Maxim D. Nasab AIA, NCARB, is a widely published multi-racial architect from Montréal, Canada.
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Visiting Assistant Professor Maxim D. Nasab AIA, NCARB, is a widely published multi-racial architect from Montréal, Canada. He has international experience, having worked in the United States, Canada, and China. With over ten years of experience, Maxim has worked on dozens of bridge projects throughout the United States and Canada as lead bridge architect, including Centennial Park Bridge, Red Wing Bridge, Sumner Street Pedestrian Bridge, and Kosciusko Bridge. Nasab is a spokesperson for bridge architecture and has published countless articles on aesthetics and architects’ importance to infrastructure projects. Maxim is registered in Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio. He currently serves as Leadership for AIA’s Regional & Urban Design Committee, acting Treasurer for AIA Tallahassee’s Board of Directors, and NCARB’s Item Development Subcommittee.