Jeff Ashburn

Project Architect

Jeff Ashburn is a Project Architect at Davis Square Architects, and has over 12 years of professional experience as a designer and clerk-of-the-works on many different project types. As Project Architect, his responsibilities include but are not limited to design development, coordinating drawings and specifications with multiple consultants, and overseeing construction administration. Jeff also assists in the researching of products and manufacturers as well as the project’s history.

Currently Jeff is working on Carter School, the adaptive reuse of a former historic Leominster, Massachusetts junior high school into 39 units of affordable housing, which will restore and transform an underused and dilapidated property into a valued community resource. Previously he worked on Moses Hall at Rolling Ridge Retreat & Conference Center, an historic adaptive reuse project that consisted of renovations to improve the accessibility and privacy of guestroom accommodations and conference spaces at a carriage house-turned-meeting hall and dormitory in North Andover, Massachusetts.

Jeff’s experience and architectural knowledge are of great importance in his role and also as a clerk-of-the-works, where he oversees construction to ensure quality of all materials and workmanship. He was the clerk for the Torrey Woods development, a 20-unit affordable housing development for working families and seniors in a heavily wooded area in Weymouth, Massachusetts.

Boston Architectural College
Bachelor of Architecture, 2008

Jeff’s recent projects of note
Carter School
CDB Apartments
Glen Street Condominiums


“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.”
 ― Ludwig Mies van der Rohe