ANDRON CORDINATE, LLC.
ANDRON ARCHITECTS & ASSOCIATES
S. Robert (Bob) Andron AIA, ArCH, NCARB
We are happy to have Robert Andron interested in using the FSC team to build Aquaponic systems for his projects. Bob Andron has been the PRINCIPLE ARCHITECT of ANDRON ARCHITECTS & ASSOCIATES since 1986. He is a licensed Architect in North Carolina, Virginia, & South Carolina and NCARB certified and has been involved in Strategic Alternative energy designs for over 35 years. He is a founder of the AUTISM COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, a 501(c)3 organization that raises money to help care for Adults with Autism when their parents are no longer able to do so. Andron has been working on a Community for Adults with Autism for over ten years. He worked with a local group called the Autism Community Initiative, then reorganized and introduced the concept of a local industry where ASD adults can work (within or near their homes; with On the Job Training). This comprehensive community will bring housing to families with people on the autism spectrum and will provide job training and employment in Aquaponics for many adults. FSC has been working with ANDRON COORDINATE, LLC which is a natural fit. Andron has organized a team of experts, some of whom have been working with Aquaponics and is in the process of developing this technology to build a large commercial scale facility which will feed hundreds of people top quality food (veggies, fish and even some fowl) which can be built in food deserts. Andron is also a BUILDING CODE EXPERT and routinely researches Building Codes to find least costly alternatives to design and construction. He has often consulted with other architects and engineers on Code compliance and alternate solutions. Andron maintains contact with several national experts as well not only in construction systems, but also energy and accessibility concerns. Prior to AAA, as a FEDERAL ARCHITECT, Andron reviewed and inspected government funded multi-family apartment complexes and designed and helped obtain federal funding for over 2,000 passive solar houses for low income families – in the early 1980’s.