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Project Manager

Craig Cusick

Craig has been with Zerr Berg Architects since 2013. As a project manager, he is in charge of keeping this organized, making sure everyone is up to date, communicating effectively and remaining an available resource to the clients throughout the project process. He has a Master of Architecture degree from NDSU and enjoys teaching classes on campus whenever his personal and work schedules allow. Outside of work Craig is an active member of the North Dakota AIA chapter and enjoys hiking, camping, playing video games, and prepping for the podcast that he hosts.

In your own words, describe your job.
I wear a lot of hats in this role. I’m often out consulting with engineers and owners about a project’s progress. I manage coordination and communication between everyone involved in a project. I lead meetings, write up meeting notes, develop construction documents, and attend construction meetings to answer questions and be there as a resource. I frequently visit construction sites and handle all issues that arise from the beginning schematic design phase of a project to the very end of construction. I’m mostly an organizer and a resource for everyone throughout the whole project.

What is your favorite type of project to work on? Why?
I love working on projects that are needed in the community. Helping to create a facility that will make a positive impact on local communities is very rewarding and I love when I can give back through my work.

Best project management/architectural fun fact or tip?
The Sims franchise was originally created to be an architecture simulator for professionals.