Pablo Diaz is a Lead Architect and Principal at Brininstool + Lynch with over two decades of experience designing, supervising and managing private, public, mission critical, educational, commercial, and mixed-use projects nationwide. He has acted as Project Manager for the David Rubenstein Forum at the University of Chicago, Sterling Partners, Blue Office, Basecamp, and VSA Partners. While at B+L, Pablo was also a Project Architect for several notable projects including the Racine Art Museum. Prior to joining Brininstool + Lynch, Pablo was the Project Architect in the Chicago Office of Josef P. Kleihues for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. He holds a B. Arch. degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he was Samuel Horwitz Memorial Scholar. He has served on the Building Enclosure Council for the American Institute of Architects. He is a licensed architect and is both a LEED Accredited Professional and NCARB certified professional.