Jonathan Walko, architectural designer, received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Roger Williams University in 1993. Prior experience in the construction industry informs his design, detailing and construction administration roles on a variety of project types. Institutional jobs include adaptive reuse of a County warehouse and new construction for Westchester’s Homeless Shelter. Mr. Walko oversaw a major energy conserving upgrade to the Westchester County Records Center. For residential clients, he has managed new construction, renovations and additions for vintage through mid-century modern buildings. Work on passive solar cabins at the Boy Scouts’ Clear Lake Reservation (Putnam County, NY) and a new super energy-conserving student home for the North Country School in Lake Placid demonstrates his dedication to sustainable design and sensitivity to natural systems. Urban projects include documentation for the restoration of Warburton Lofts in Yonkers and construction administration for the Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains. In Woodstock, NY, he has fine tuned infrastructure, ventilation and lighting upgrades for the century old Maverick Concerts—an acoustically splendid barn-like hall termed “a music chapel” by The New Yorker.