David Chagnon

Project Manager | New York, NY

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David first became interested in architecture at a young age, hearing stories of his late uncle, an architect he was named after. Growing up, family members would talk about the brilliant work done by his uncle on buildings of all sizes. This, paired with the hands-on construction experience from his youth and teenage years helping with DIY projects around the house, are the foundation that influenced his desire to become an architect. Coming from a large family, David understands and values the importance of working as a team to successfully complete every project. He takes an active approach to guide clients through understanding each detail of the process. His family’s construction background is part of the reason he is able to help clients bring their creative visions to life, and he takes great pride in the fact that he was able to obtain his Architect’s license and follow in his uncle’s footsteps.

Before joining ENV as project manager, David worked on numerous corporate projects throughout NYC and NJ ranging in size and complexity, and he continues to assist a wide variety of clientele in transforming their imagination to reality.

Outside of work, family and sports take up 90% of his free time. David spends countless hours teaching his kids everything he possibly can; developing their intelligence and ingenuity, and showing them how to be creative and express themselves through different forms of art – from painting to writing, to anything that stimulates the mind. Another one of his personal passions, sports, including football, basketball, baseball, hockey, MMA, boxing, and soccer, among others, is very important to him. David has been playing sports since he was four, and still plays in the men’s league. The teamwork aspect of sports was especially critical in shaping his ideals and perspective on the world, allowing him to see the unique value each individual can contribute to the group’s overall success.

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