Nathan Picotte, RA, LEED AP


Project Manager


11 years experience

6 years with architrave p.c., architects


He’s the architrave resident Excel and

BIM guru and director of architrave’s

(affectionately termed) department of

small projects. He has led several of the

architrave’s fall-protection and safety

consulting projects.


In his time at architrave he has stood on

many roofs of buildings surrounding the

National Mall.



Master of Architecture, University of Cincinnati

Certificate in Historic Preservation, University Cincinnati

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan


Professional Registration

Architecture (DC)



project architect:

National Museum of American History, SI

LeRoy Neiman Jazz Café – Phase II

Supplemental Engineering Package

National Museum of the American Indian, SI

NMAI – Exterior Stain Mitigation


project manager:

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Flood Impact Study

National Museum of the American Indian, SI

Fall Protection System - NMAI

Smithsonian Quadrangle, Ripley Center, SI

QUAD, Ripley Center Leak Mitigation

National Zoological Park, SI

NZP-MEP Engineering Support Services



National Museum of Natural History, SI

Renovate East and West Wing Roof (Study and Design)

National Museum of American History, SI

Water Reclamation Study – management,

data, and graphic development

National Air and Space Museum, SI

Modernize Electronic Security, Public/Staff

Separation (commendation)