Frederick T. Wawra, RA NCARB

Architectural Licenses

New Jersey: #AI-15044 (May 2000)

NCARB Certification: #54666

Educational Background

- Tulane University School of Architecture; New Orleans, Louisiana (1991-1994, 1995-1996)

- Bartlett School of Architecture; London, England (1994-1995)

- Degrees: Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Architecture, Tulane University

- Member of Tau Sigma Delta architectural honor society (Eta Alpha chapter) initiated 1996

Planning Board and Zoning Boards of Adjustment: Expert Witness as Architect and Site Plan Designer

- Town of Dover

- East Hanover Township

- Jefferson Township

- Town of Hackettstown

- Mount Arlington Borough

- Mount Olive Township

- Roxbury Township

- Wharton Borough

- West Milford Township


- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards certified

- National Association of Home Builders

Professional Experience

(2003 - present) Adjunct Professor, County College of Morris, Randolph, New Jersey

(2000 - present) Senior Architect and Operations Manager, Fox Architectural Design, PC, Ledgewood, New Jersey

(2000 - 2005) Adjunct Professor, Berkeley College, Paramus, Waldwick, and West Paterson Campuses, New Jersey

(1996 - 1999) Intern Architect, Fox Architectural Design, Wharton, New Jersey

(1989 - 1996) Architectural Drafting Project Assistant, Fox Architectural Design

Teaching Background

- Adjunct Professor: Design Department: County College of Morris; Randolph, New Jersey (since 2003)

Teaches two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer drafting classes using AutoCAD. Was responsible for the creation of the design department's 2D and 3D computer aided drafting curriculum.

- Adjunct Professor: Interior Design Department: Berkeley College; Paramus, New Jersey (2000-2005)

Created a pair of new classes, which are now mandatory for obtaining the design degree, focused on 2D and 3D design computer aided drafting using AutoCAD. Also has taught the advanced design concepts studio and lecture course that introduces students to the nuances of design present in architecture, interior design, industrial design and fashion.