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Architect

John Henry Schruben, American architect. Registered architect, Illinois, professional engineer, Kansas. Served with C.E. Army of the United States, 1944-1946. Fellow American Institute of Architects; member American Society for Testing and Materials.

Background

Schruben, John Henry was born on January 19, 1926 in Stockton, Kansas, United States. Son of Leonard J. and Edna M. (McKanna) Schruben.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Kansas State University, 1948. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1953.

Career

Staff engineer Standard Oil Corporation, Whiting, Indiana, 1948-1955. Project manager Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, 1955-1969. President Production Systems for Architects & Engineers, Inc., Washington, 1969-1982.

Operations executive American Institute of Architects Service Corporation, 1982-1987. Consultant in architectural technical, 1987-1988. Special consultant Department State, since 1989.

Deputy building commissioner, Flossmoor, Illinois, 1961-1971.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Illinois, professional engineer, Kansas.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Developer, author: Masterspec, since 1969.

Membership

Served with C.E. Army of the United States, 1944-1946. Fellow American Institute of Architects. Member American Society for Testing and Materials.

Connections

Married Christine F. Copt, July 22, 1948. Children: Phillip, Mary, Paul, Jeffrey, Mark, Thomas, Peter, Emily.

father:
Leonard J. Schruben

mother:
Edna M. (McKanna) Schruben

spouse:
Christine F. Copt

child:
Phillip Schruben

child:
Mary Schruben

child:
Paul Schruben

child:
Jeffrey Schruben

child:
Mark Schruben

child:
Thomas Schruben

child:
Peter Schruben

child:
Emily Schruben