David Wiborg, AIA

Associate Principal

David Wiborg, AIA, has played a lead role as Project Architect from study phase through design and construction on a number of key projects at CambridgeSeven. Focusing primarily on university and commercial work, David has recently completed several complex academic projects at UMass Lowell, including the new Pulichino Tong Business Center, the award-winning Health and Social Sciences Building, and master planning for UMass Lowell's South Campus and North Campus Innovation District. David earned his Masters of Architecture from MIT and his B.A. from Wesleyan University with additional study in New York and Paris.

UMass Lowell opens new Pulichino Tong Business Center

The new Pulichino Tong Business Center (PTBC), designed by Cambridge Seven Associates for the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM), opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, April 20th. …

The Ames Hotel: A 10-year conversion

For Civil + Structural Engineer Magazine, Mark D. Webster, PE, LEED AP of Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) talks about the structural challenges faced by the engineering team undertaking the restoration and transformation of the historic Ames Building into the …

Transform it, and They Will Come

Elzy Kolb of Interiors & Sources looks at the design of Boston’s Liberty Hotel, which melds 19th century architecture with contemporary design that honors the past. The Liberty Hotel was designed by Cambridge Seven Associates and Ann Beha Architects and developer Carpenter …