With over $10 billion in constructed designs, Marty finds reward in the beauty of solving the intricate puzzles of space, function, image, material, codes, economy, and time that each new project brings.


Marty joined the firm in 1963 when Max O. Urbahn hired him to lead the design of a number of projects at Cape Canaveral for the National Aeronautic and Space Administration, including the Vehicle Assembly and Launch Control buildings. After doing his part to send a man to the moon in the late 1960s, Marty turned his talent to several important healthcare projects, including the Veteran’s Administration Hospital and Lincoln Medical Center, both in the Bronx, NY. Marty embodies the firm’s commitment to architecture for the public benefit. He is responsible for the design of a wide range of large-scale projects, including FermiLab in Batavia, Illinois, and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board Building in Washington, DC.


Marty holds a Bachelors of Architecture degree from Pennsylvania State University and is a registered architect in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Florida.