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Dominik Wit

Since joining Oudens Ello in 2016, Dominik has contributed to a variety of projects. Currently working on Construction Administration for the Webster Public Library, he has contributed to all previous phases of the project. Prior to Oudens Ello, Dominik gained experience at Hacin and Associates where he worked on construction documents for a single family residence and residential apartment project.

Dominik graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree and a minor in Urban Landscape. During his time at Northeastern, Dominik was a member of Freedom by Design, studied abroad in Berlin and received an Excellence in Design award for his final year comprehensive studio project. Currently working towards a Masters in Architecture at Northeastern, he has been given a unique opportunity to work with Resilient Cities Laboratory, who received the 2017 Latrobe Prize for their study of future use architecture.

Dominik grew up in Australia, formerly studying Civil Engineering at Queensland University of Technology where he received a Design Award for the Esso Bridge Competition. After his studies, he gained experience for a number of years at a small engineering firm. Dominik is now settled in Boston and enjoys spending his spare time with his wife and two young children as well as cycling, snowboarding and woodworking.