Choli Aronson is a licensed Architect, LEED Accredited Professional and Member of the American Institute of Architects. Over her 22 years of experience, she has worked designing a myriad of spaces from large government buildings, Veteran’s hospital facilities, urban redevelopment projects and multi-block mixed use developments; to uniquely designed parking structures, country clubs and hotels; and the more intimate such as restaurants and single family homes; even designing a Victorian styled miniature golf course.
Ms. Aronson is passionate about contributing to her community and served for over 8 years as a Commissioner for the Delray Beach Housing Authority. She is also deeply committed to minimizing the impact of architecture on the environment and worked on one of the LEED programs pilot projects early in her career. This has translated into her commitment to Green Design and she has been an active LEED AP for the past 16 years.
Choli finds it most rewarding to achieve a client’s vision for a project. “I love being able to peek into so many different aspects of society and become knowledgeable about the creation of many contrasting spaces from high end luxury properties to the design of a women’s shelter,” remarks Choli.
Choli began her career in Pittsburgh, PA after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Economic Development. She has practiced in a variety of different regions of the United States learning the ropes in the trenches of Earthquake prone California and Hurricane prone Florida.
Master of Sustainable Development – H. John Heinz II School of Public Policy and Management and Department of Architecture: Joint Program, Carnegie Mellon University
Bachelor of Architecture – Carnegie Mellon University
Architect, Florida, North Carolina
LEED Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction
Member American Institute of Architecture (AIA)