Thomas Holzmann is a project manager and senior technical lead with thirty-three years of experience in a broad range of building types throughout the U.S. and Asia. He joined Cooper Robertson as a senior associate in 2013. Tom is recognized for his skill and experience in the technical aspect of complex building design. Over the past ten years he has developed particular expertise in the technical coordination of museum projects in New York City, most recently as technical lead on the new Whitney Museum of American Art.
Prior to joining Cooper, Robertson & Partners, Tom spent twenty-six years at Kohn Pedersen Fox, where he served as project manager for the expansion of the Museum of Modern Art, the World Bank Headquarters, and designed and managed Central Park at New Songdo City in Incheon, Korea. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.