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Architect

Walter Alan Rutes, American architect. Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards. Recipient Platinum Circle award Hotel Design Industry, 1988. Fellow American Institute of Architects; member Ethical Culture Society.

Background

Rutes, Walter Alan was born on September 21, 1928 in New York City. Son of Jack and Sarah (Ogur) Rutes.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture (Sands Memorial medal 1950), Cornell University, 1950. Fellow city planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951. Postgraduate, Harvard University Graduate School Design, 1978.

Career

Association partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York City, 1951-1972; vice president, John Carl Warnecke & Associations, New York City, 1972-1974; staff vice president, Intercontinental Hotels Corporation, New York City, 1974-1980; director architecture, Holiday Inns, Inc., Memphis, 1980-1983; director design, The Sheraton Corporation, Boston, 1983-1985; Chairman, 9 Tek Ltd. Development Cons., since 1985. Chairman advisory board Hult Fellowships for Construction Industry, 1968-1975, Architects and Engineers Committee New Building Code, 1968.

Member zoning advising committee New York City Planning Commission, 1970. Lecturer in field, since 1968. Member steering com.UNESCO Council Tall buildings and Urban Habitat, since 1980.

Visiting professor Cornell-Essec Graduate Program. Visiting professor Nova U.

Achievements

  • Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards.

Works

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects. Member Ethical Culture Society.

Connections

Married Helene Darville, April 2, 1952. Children: Daniel J., Linda Lee.

father:
Jack Rutes

mother:
Sarah (Ogur) Rutes

spouse:
Helene Darville

child:
Linda Lee Rutes

child:
Daniel J. Rutes