“At Plante Moran Cresa, we provide services with a ‘client first’ approach. Our team of stand-out staff put an emphasis on client relationships and building proper rapport. Clients can put their trust in our staff to provide the services that help them meet their program goals.”
Ron Zuhorski
Vice President, AIA, NCARB

Experience
As a vice president of program management at Plante Moran Cresa (PMC), Ron advises clients in the development and implementation of their building initiatives and renovation endeavors. He offers over 30 years of experience in architectural design and project management.

Ron is a highly motivated, hands-on professional with a knack for organization and planning. His ability to apply a strong understanding of the development process allows Ron to show his undeniable leadership and professionalism in assisting clients deliver top-quality projects that support their unique missions and business objectives.

Ron’s experience comes from a long career as both an architect and senior project manager for projects ranging from small commercial buildings to half-a-billion-dollar ventures across the globe. The building types he’s worked on span industries from residential to mixed-use skyscrapers. Prior to joining PMC, he was a senior project manager at the architectural firm Rossetti in Detroit, Mich., where he worked primarily on projects for professional sports teams and private clubs. Prior to Rossetti, Ron was with other international firms leading governmental, hospital, K-12, higher education, R&D/industrial, hospitality, and corporate office projects.

Ron, a licensed architect in Michigan and Pennsylvania, received his bachelor’s degree in architecture from University of Detroit’s School of Architecture. Ron is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and has training by the Project Management Professional (PMP) organization.