Architectural Engineering - Construction Management

Turnberry Tower Arlington

Arlington, Virginia


  Biography / Resume

Lawrence P. Warner Jr. is currently enrolled in his 5th year in the Architectural Engineering Program at Penn State University.  In May 2009 he will graduate with a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree with a focus in construction management.  Lawrence has successfully passed the FE Exam last October and upon graduation will receive E.I.T. status.


For the past two summers, Lawrence has worked for Facchina-McGaughan, LLC. on the Turnberry Tower Arlington project located in Arlington, Virginia.  During this time he has gained experience in both working on the site as a superintendant and in the office as a project manager.  He has gained respect for both what it takes to make it on the field and in the office and different tasks associated with each jobs.  Upon graduation Mr. Warner hopes to begin work out in the field for a construction firm that will challenge the skills of everyone involved in the project.


Outside of working, Lawrence is involved with other activities.  Mr. Warner was involved for 4 years with the university’s ambulance company where he served both as an E.M.T. and as a student officer for the organization.  He is also a hockey referee who officiates both youth and college level games as a certified level 3 official for USA Hockey.  As well, he currently serves as the assistant coach for the Penn State Division 2 Ice Lions Hockey Club. He enjoys traveling home see him family and to watch his favorite teams which include the New York Rangers and the New York Jets.



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