Senior Architect | Director of Governmental Architecture
Marc Rohde, AIA, LEED AP designs and manages governmental projects that improve employee experiences, complement surrounding neighborhoods, and adhere to budgets and timelines. He enjoys exploring cost-saving strategies with clients and his technical experience leads to successful projects with no constructability issues.
Marc has led projects ranging from space needs analyses to complex new facilities. His expertise includes programming and planning, design, and project management for public works centers, city/village halls, public safety facilities, transportation buildings, and other facility types.
Five of Marc’s public works projects received “Project of the Year” awards from the American Public Works Association. He also led the Tinley Park Oak Park Avenue train station, which the American Institute of Architects named one of “150 Great Places in Illinois.”
When Marc joined Legat in 1990, he received many opportunities to pursue different challenges and find his niche. He advances this value by empowering emerging professionals to make critical decisions and explore new avenues.
Outside of Legat, Marc travels with his family, supports his two boys’ sports activities, and enjoys classic cars.
Marc received Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architectural Sciences degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.