JOHN J. VEISZ, AIA, CSBA, RCI Mr. Veisz is the President of the Firm. In addition to his overall managerial and administrative responsibilities, he serves as Principal-In-Charge of design projects, maintaining integral involvement through project construction. With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Veisz has been involved in all phases of building programming, design and document preparation for new and renovation projects. Past professional experience as a former Associate with Bowers Design includes project management of design-build projects.

John also has extensive experience in diagnosing building envelope failures, reconstruction, roofing and waterproofing systems, and provides technical expertise for litigation services. He specializes in designing and managing complex roof replacement and forensic investigation projects. His resume includes numerous roof replacement projects for Rutgers University, Brooklyn Terminal Markets, roof deck replacement at the Camden County Correctional Facility and reconstruction of the Temple Beth Ahm Synagogue in Abington, PA.

  • Bachelor of Architecture, Kent State University
  • Bachelor of Science, Kent State University
  • Registered Architect – New Jersey, Pennsylvania
  • Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (CSBA)
  • U.S. Green Building Council (LEED Rating System)
  • Intermediate and Advanced LEED Workshops
  • Freehold Regional High School District - District-Wide Self-Performed Energy Savings Improvement Program (ESIP)
  • Hamilton Township School District - District-Wide Facilities Assessment, Technology Lab & Cafeteria Renovation
  • Mercer County Technical Schools - Additions / Alterations at the Assunpink Center & Arthur R. Sypek Center
  • NJSDA Garfield School District - New James Madison Elementary School
  • Clearview Regional School District - Reroofing at MS & HS and Photovoltaic Panels at the MS
  • Pennsbury School District - High School West Science Center Addition & Major Renovation
  • Brookdale Community College - Lincroft Campus Multi-Building Roofing Study
  • PADGS - Lincoln University Langston Hughes Memorial Library Major Renovations
  • City of Perth Amboy - Public Library Renovation and Master Plan; Brighton Ave Community Center
  • Hillsborough Twp. Fire Co. No. 3 - Feasibility Study & Apparatus Bay Addition
  • Point Pleasant Borough Police Department & Municipal Complex Expansion
  • American Institute of Architects (Former Treasurer of Bucks County, PA Chapter)
  • Council of Educational Facility Planners International
  • Pennsylvania Society of Architects
  • Roof Consultants Institute (RCI)
  • American Society of Testing Materials (former E-06 & D-04 committee member)
  • Mercer County College (former adjunct faculty member, Fine Arts Department)

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"...I want a firm that will look at the school as if they own the building.I want a firm that will listen to what the Administrators are looking for in a project. I want a firm that will take their experience and knowledge, coupled with the ideas of the district, and turn it into a completed project. I have found that firm to be Fraytak, Veisz, Hopkins and Duthie.”

Maria Parry, CPA, PSA
School Business Administrator
Monmouth Regional High School District

"[FVHD] has served as architect of record from the beginning with major construction projects since 1980, which include the building of our 71,000 square foot middle school in 1991; an addition to our primary school; replacement of our primary school roof; and most recently the completion of renovations of both building's interiors, along with rooftop solar panel systems as an energy saving and "green" project. All projects were completed on-time and within budget. [FVHD] was very helpful in making sure all documentation and designs were completed to specifications. They were instrumental in the completion of documents sent to the State for SDA grant funding. I would recommend Fraytak Veisz Hopkins Duthie, P.C. to any school district considering a capital construction project, or if needed, as an architect of record for routine projects..."