As President of Eimer Design, Ed oversees quality control, design and client relations. Ed also happens to be the creative force behind each project. He combines imagination with a commitment to constantly improving Eimer Design’s services and finished products. Ed’s role is to understand our Client’s needs on a business level and help transform them into physical space solutions with the Studio Team. He is personally responsible for scheduling, creative solutions, design critiques, budget analysis and maintaining Client satisfaction. Ed has a unique ability to conceptualize design solutions that integrate with both the Client’s needs and budgets. His balance of pragmatism and creativity is best displayed in the early stages of project conceptualization, where he leads the design team’s development of initial design solutions and strategies. His deep understanding of a wide variety of building and space types, structural systems, Code manipulation strategies and development factors for rehabilitation and new construction allows the Eimer Design team to quickly evaluate strategies and refine a focus that leads to success.
Ed graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Spring Garden College in 1991, earned his professional Architectural Registration in 2000 and received his NCARB National Architectural Certification in 2010. Ed currently holds professional licenses in 9 States. Ed joined AP3C Architects in 1993, became a partner in 2000 and functioned as Managing Partner from 2010-2012. In 2012, Ed left AP3C to launch Eimer Design. Since that time, Ed has grown the Studio from a four-person team to a full capacity 14-person design studio with a diverse range of projects over a large section of the U.S. Under Ed’s direction, Eimer Design has provided Designer and Architect of Record services for projects in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, New Hampshire, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Ohio, Colorado and Puerto Rico.