Carrie Moore is based in SOM’s New York office. Since joining the firm in 2004, Moore has honed her skills in developing innovative sustainable designs and has demonstrated leadership and expertise within the education sector.
Moore has worked on some of SOM’s most dynamic and transformative projects, including The Kathleen Grimm School for Leadership and Sustainability at Sandy Ground, the first net-zero-energy school in New York City, and Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island campus. Additional education projects include the Milstein Teaching and Learning Center at Barnard College, the master plan for Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus, and the High School of Art and Design and P.S. 59, a mixed-use building incorporating a residential tower with two schools in Manhattan.
Moore is particularly adept in engaging with stakeholders such as faculty, students, administrators, and local communities. She also brings to her work significant experience in New York City building codes, regulatory approvals, construction issues, and working with construction managers.