John Patrick Rademacher, AIA, NCARB, has worked in architecture, development, and construction for almost 40 years. Currently, he is a principal at Elevar Design Group—which has offices throughout the country—where he is in his 20th year.
Rademacher is currently a member and the past president of the Ohio Architects Board and the National Council of Architectural Registration Board’s (NCARB) Region 4 Director. He has served as the chair of NCARB’s Experience and Experience Advisory Committees, as well as a member of NCARB’s Advocacy Work Group, ARE 5.0 Item Development Project Management Subcommittee, Continuing Education Committee, Diversity Collaborative, Examination Committee, International Evaluation Committee, Policy Advisory Committee, Regional Leadership Committee, and US/UK Competencies Review Team.
He is a past president of American Institute of Architects (AIA) Cincinnati and a past member of the Board Advocacy Committee for the national component of the AIA, where he worked to develop the Citizen Architect Program and promote the organization’s legislative efforts.
As a civically engaged architect, Rademacher is currently the past chair of the Miami Township Zoning Commission and a member of the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, Minority Business Partnership.
Rademacher received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP). He is licensed as an architect in Ohio, certified by NCARB, and licensed to practice architecture in 20 additional states.