John Caveney, AIA, NCARB
President & Founder
Affiliations: AIA, BSA, NCARB, Lowell Chamber of Commerce
Education: Clemson University | M.Arch BSc.Arch
John Caveney is the founder of Caveney Architectural Collaborative. He is a registered architect & licensed builder. John guides a collaborative process on every project that reinforces our commitment to meeting our clients’ needs through innovative and thoughtful design solutions. He is a Clemson graduate and has over a decade of experience in the design-build delivery method.
John is a registered architect holding licenses in MA, NH, SC, GA, TX and FL, and is NCARB certified. John also is a Massachusetts home improvement contractor (#185131) and a certified construction supervisor (#CS-110042).
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Jessie Moberg, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
Affiliations: Assoc. AIA, ARE Candidate, LEED AP BD+C, USGBC & GCBI
Education: Pratt Institute | B.Arch
Jessie Moberg recently joined CAC, bringing comprehensive experience in a wide range of project types including municipal, commercial, residential, industrial, sustainable, retail, and religious. Her focus is on cannabis industry construction projects, including cultivation, processing, and dispensary designs with over two dozen projects in the last four years.
She is uniquely skilled in the layout of cultivation facilities, laboratories, kitchens, processing and trimming rooms, grow rooms (including light and table layouts), and hardware and access control. She is also adept at providing necessary drawings and narratives for special permit submissions, DPH reports, Architectural Review Narratives, and precise coordination between trades.
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Christina McMahon, Assoc. AIA
Affiliations: Assoc. AIA, NCARB
Education: Norwich University | M.Arch BSc. Arch
Christina’s passion lies in directly affecting the way that people perceive and experience the everyday. Her career began in high-end residential design throughout the lakes region of New Hampshire and eventually grew fro home additions into a diverse portfolio of commercial work that includes senior living, multi-family housing, religious, educational, retail and mixed use. As a Project Lead at CAC her priority is keeping each project true to its individual circumstance while helping clients bring their vision to realization through keen project planning
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Kevin Fitzgerald, Assoc. AIA
Affiliations: Assoc. AIA, ARE Candidate
Education: Wentworth Institute of Technology | M.Arch BSc. Arch
Kevin is one of the newest members to CAC team, but that has not stopped him from making an impact from the get-go. He has already influenced several projects on different scales at the design and construction documentation phases. Kevin has a bright mind and an enthusiasm that has helped push the collaborative’s standards of graphic design forward. He is a natural when it comes to computer aided drafting, but knows when to put ink onto paper or paint onto canvas.
Outside of the walls of the office, Kevin enjoys participating in competitive basketball and volleyball leagues as well as watching the Celtics and Patriots whenever given the chance. He also has a hobby in the fine arts, specifically painting with water colors and acrylic. He has developed a style in the geometric abstract realm.
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Nathaniel St Jean, AIA, NCARB
Registered Architect | Consultant
Affiliations: AIA, NCARB, AIANH
Education: Wentworth Institute of Technology | M.Arch BSc.Arch
Nathaniel brings a wealth of knowledge & experience in architectural design, construction, and management from initial design concepts thru project completion. He is responsible for overseeing a number of tasks throughout the design and construction process.
Nathaniel was a Helene Morgan-Babcock Scholar, a Society of American Military Engineers Scholar, and was presented the Emerging Young Leaders Award from his Alma Mater. He is a registered architect and is NCARB certified.
He is a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, a curator for SectionCut, a board member on his local Board of Appeals, and a Helene Morgan-Babcock Scholarship Trustee. Nathaniel is a professor and head of the Construction Management department at Southern New Hampshire University and is a frequent guest critic in the architecture department at Wentworth Institute of Technology and Northeastern University
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