Marty Choren

AIA NCARB | Corporate, Religious

From a young age, Marty always liked taking things apart and putting them back together, which developed into a career in architecture lasting more than 40 years. He enjoyed the creative side of the industry, but the reason he stayed was for the personal relationships he developed over the years. Marty believes that the people he worked with made a larger impact on him than the buildings themselves. Even though he is currently pursuing other passions in his life, you will still see him in the office offering his knowledge and skills where he is needed. Marty had his hand on a wide array of projects from religious to corporate designs, and he still enjoys the connections made with clients and the long, lasting relationships created by continuously offering innovative solutions.

With his newfound free time, Marty is heavily involved with the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, where he helps raise money for the cause in a variety of fundraising tactics. In addition, he thoroughly enjoys biking and was the Chair of the Scenic Shore 150 bike ride in 2018.

American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB)

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies – University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Master of Architecture – University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee