Point32 is built on the collective experience of its project team.
Led by project managers Chris Rogers and Mike Weller, Point32 has a broad working knowledge of the Northwest’s planning and design community, and strong relationships with leading visionaries and community builders in both the private and public sectors. We are guided by the positive impact that each of our projects has on our growing community and its civic identity.
Founding Partner & Chief Executive Officer
Chris Rogers brings 20 years of experience in project design, real estate negotiation, and project management to his role of CEO. Chris was formerly the Direct of Capital Projects and Government Affairs at the Seattle Art Museum, where he oversaw the development of the Olympic Sculpture Park. For 8 years prior, Chris negotiated land conservation transactions and developed urban park projects for the Trust for Public Land. A Seattle native, Chris received his undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College and a Master’s degree in forestry from Yale University. Chris has served on numerous non-profit boards, including On the Boards, the Bloedel Reserve, ARCADE, and the People’s Waterfront Coalition. He is currently a member of the Seattle Parks Foundation’s Project Advisory Committee and a board member of BirdNote.
Mike brings an equal love of quantitative rigor and design quality to his role as a project manager. Over his career, which has included work as a furniture maker, green building consultant and architect, he has contributed to single-family, multifamily, K-12, higher-education and cultural projects.
Mike has an undergraduate degree from Harvard University, and a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Washington. While a graduate student he used his electives to focus on real estate development and sustainable design. He is a past co-chair of AIA Seattle’s Disaster Preparedness and Response Committee. His hobbies include web design and weekends as a shadetree mechanic.