Shawn Harris began his architectural education at Roger Williams University in 1995. After three years, he took some time off and worked in the Little Compton/ Westport area for a custom builder. Here he gained experience in framing, custom cabinetry, and finish work, with a strong focus on process. From 2001 through 2005, Shawn worked at Clearwater Architects in Westport, Ma, a firm that focuses on technically accurate drawings as well as sustainable and efficient designs. Shawn returned to Roger Williams in 2001 and finished his thesis in 2003, which focused on the re-interpretation of vernacular architecture in Maine. Soon after, he began Adaptive Craft, Sixteen on Center's sister Design/Build Company and completed jobs ranging from new homes to interior and exterior renovations to new kitchens. In 2006, Shawn began working at VASCO, Inc. a local construction and management company as a project manager/foreman, where he honed his management and estimating skills. Shawn possesses a Construction License in Rhode Island and an unrestricted Construction Supervisors License in Massachusetts. He is currently pursuing LEED accreditation.

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