Harshad brings a broad range of design and execution skills from over a decade of experience. He completed his Bachelors in Architecture at University of Mumbai and holds a Masters from University of Texas with a collaborative studio with Architectural Association London. Prior to joining Fogarty Finger Architecture, Harshad worked on a variety of multi-family and institutional projects in the United States and Asia; notably a 240,000 square foot faculty housing for Columbia University and a 60,000 square foot community facility in New Canaan, Connecticut. He has worked closely with design principals to help maintain conceptual integrity by coordinating structure, proprietary glazing and mechanical systems on complex projects.
At Fogarty Finger; Harshad has completed a gut conversion of 95 Evergreen, a 160,000 SF erstwhile Shlitz brewery and bottling building in Brooklyn into Class A office and retail spaces and a 135,00 SF (75-residential unit) mixed-use building in Jersey City. He is currently overseeing construction of The Jackson, a 70,000 SF (55-unit) residential building in Long Island City and has a 350,000 SF mixed used building in Williamsburg on the drawing board.