Eric Orozco, LEED AP ND

Urban Designer
Every once in a while, take a break from the screen, architects, and go out and walk the city and sketch it. Reality will feed you with creative thoughts and mature your work much more quickly and effectively than the screen world.

Eric Orozco, LEED AP ND

Eric is an architect and urban designer on the Neighboring Concepts team. He holds a Master of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Eric also earned a Master of Arts in New Testament Backgrounds, a research intensive degree from Jerusalem University College in Israel.  He is multilingual and has lived in several countries.

Eric brings the careful observation and multi-disciplinary reflection of his travels, education and experience to bear in all of his professional endeavors.  He enjoys participating in collaborative projects for sustainable development, mass transit and community regeneration. His planning and design experience encompasses many of Charlotte’s high-profile area planning and transportation projects. He is a LEED Accredited Professional in Neighborhood Development and frequently serves as a Project Administrator in green development projects. His comprehensive experience, from community engagement through construction, gives him the ability to expertly design for environmental sustainability and vital diversity, an expertise he rounds out by enthusiastically learning from professionals in other fields.

In addition to his design work, Eric is also a published writer, an avid illustrator and a frequent volunteer at local community initiatives.

We appreciate Eric for his vast array of professional talents, his absolute professionalism and his incredibly open minded approach to design. His influence on our team is invaluable.

If I wasn’t an urban planner I would . . .
Illustrate new possibilities for urban development!

Family
Eric + wife (Megan)