James Neubert is registered and has been practicing architecture for the last twenty-five years. He has been involved in community planning, professional assistance to non-profit organizations such as St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Foster City, and has served on Design Review Boards. He also has assisted in building trade shows and has worked for Habitat for Humanity from 1997 through the present day.
Schooled in Boston at the Boston Architectural Center, Jim had always been involved in renovation and adaptive reuse. He has worked on many historic rehabilitation projects with acclaimed architectural firms in Boston, and has worked on newly built tall office buildings, wastewater treatment plants, military facilities, supermarkets, etc… as well.
In Boston, Jim worked in various medium size competitive firms for about 13 years, became licensed and started his own firm in partnership with William Melcher, specializing in public sector work and residential remodeling. After deciding to leave New England for California for family reasons, Jim sold his half of the five-year old firm and went to work for two years for a Mountain View firm, gained his CA license and then launched his private practice, now eleven years old.