Integrative Design & Development

Michael Daly - Managing Principal - Michael studied design at the University of Cincinnati where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design in 2002. Michael is a licensed architect in the state of Maryland. Michael is also NCIDQ and LEED BD + C certified. Michael's experience covers a wide range of base building architectural and interior design projects. He has been involved in projects ranging from 300 square foot residential additions to 2.2 million square foot master plans. Michael has experience in all phases of design and development in residential and commerical architecture and interior design. Michael credits both his formal education in Interior Design and professional experience as an architectural designer as the basis for his well rounded design capabilities and portfolio. Previous to ASG, Michael gained his experience at Dorsky, Hodgson and Partners in Beachwood, OH, STUDIOS Architecture in Washington, D.C. and at Williams Design Group in Clifton, VA. Michael is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is an NCARB Auxiliary IDP Coordinator and The AIA Potomac Valley chapter IDP Coordinator after having served on NCARB's 2012 Intern Think Tank.

Michael is a qualified architectural expert and has been recognized as such by a jurisdiction in Maryland.

Stan Sersen
- Principal and founder of ASG - Stan was born in the city of Baltimore and has roots in Fells Point, Canton and Essex. After creating ASG, Inc. in 1988, Stan built a unique consulting practice merging his construction experience and education in environmental design to provide services that architects did not include in their traditional approach to project development. In 2005 he built the EnviroCenter® in order to “surround ourselves with people committed to providing our children and grandchildren with the legacy of a sustainable future of clean air, clean water and clean energy.” He is also the founder of the Green Building Institute, a 501 C3 non profit organization whose mission is to teach and promote energy efficient buildings.

Stan received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Maryland in 1978 specializing in environmental design, solar engineering, and structural engineering. He is a licensed Architect in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia and is a National Council of Architectural Review Board (NCARB) certificate holder. He earned the Reserve Specialist (RS) designation from Community Association’s Institute and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED®AP) Certification from the US Green Building Council. Stan is also certified by the National Charrette Institute (NCI) as a Charrette Planner and Charrette Manager.

Mr. Sersen relies on his over 30 years of experience in building and building science to represent plaintiffs, defendants and building owners by conducting forensic investigations and general building consulting. He has qualified in multiple jurisdictions as an expert witness to assist his clients.


John Saksa - Senior Project Manager - John worked in the construction trade for over 20 years, primarily as a project manager. He previously operated a construction company performing all aspects of building construction. John graduated from Penn State in 1999 with a Bachelor in Architectural Engineering. He has gained knowledge both here and abroad in diverse studies including business, architecture, engineering, art and music. John is ASG's key field investigator and quality control manager.

Prior to coming to ASG, John worked for Whiting-Turner implementing fast track projects on two high profile retail malls. John is a key forensic investigator and is Senior Project Manager for ASG.


Travis Mullins - Project Manager, Director of Reserve Studies - Travis brings a unique combination of business understanding and construction skills to ASG. Travis has a Bachelor of Science in Business with a focus on architecture, combined with ten years of experience in the construction industry. He specializes in Replacement Reserves while complementing ASG's field staff. Also trained as a BPI energy auditor, Travis has specific knowledge as to how buildings perform and how they fail.


Rachel Rawlings - ASG Office Manager - Rachel attended Towson University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2008. Rachel has worked at ASG since 2011. As Office Manager, Rachel attends to the many details of running the day to day operations of the business, including HR and financial management. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.



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