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Executive Chairman

Robert D. Hartmann, Sr. is the founder and President of Jason Robert’s Inc., and managing member of Hartmann Development LLC, a family business, which began in 1990.   Since then, Jason Robert’s has flourished and become the leading concrete restoration company in all of New England.  Hartmann has comprehensive knowledge, not only of the practical aspects of architectural engineering and construction, but of the management techniques necessary to make commercial, Industrial, Resort and residential building projects profitable.

Mr. Hartmann is the former President of the asset and property management firm of Harley Associates, Ltd., of Branford.  He was featured in the 1992 edition of the prestigious publication “Who’s Who in Connecticut” along with other trade journals and magazines.  Harley Associates was formed in 1985 and served as the parent company to several subsidiaries including Real Estate Plus and RJR Construction Company. Harley Associates LTD. worked with bankrupt businesses and turn around companies to prepare them for an Initial Public Offering (IPO).  Harley Associates specialized in the acquisition; redevelopment and re marketing of previously foreclosed properties and earned an unheralded reputation for the “Midas Touch”, turning financial losses into profits for insurance companies and financial institutions.  In addition to asset and property management, Harley Associates LTD. became known throughout the state of Connecticut for its development of residential, commercial and waterfront properties and served as a consultant to the Financial, Real Estate and Construction industries.  During a five-year period, Harley Associates managed well over a quarter of a billion dollars worth of Commercial properties.  Its diversity allowed the company to provide services from project planning through construction, leasing and day-to-day management.

Mr. Hartmann, a former state arbitrator, previously served on the board of The Democratic Finance Committee in the State of Connecticut and was a member of The Quinnipiac Club and is past President of the board for the Good Shepherd Day Care Center that takes care of 96 kids from single parents.

He is actively involved with both the Milford Chamber of Commerce and The Better Business Bureau.  Qualified and is considered an expert in his field, Robert D. Hartmann Sr. has completed certification in Appraisal Law, Business Valuation and Real Estate Law and has received numerous architectural awards.

Mr. Hartmann has more than twenty-five years experience in real estate management and in the construction industry.  He has constructed and managed projects ranging from single family home, strip shopping and condominiums to office buildings, resort properties including a Tom Fazio Champion Golf Course and  Along with the first in Connecticut to create Boat Dockominium & winter storage for Boating Communities ,Cluster Housing and created the first ‘Green School “ LEED CERTIFIED in Connecticut . A forerunner in the real estate marketplace, Mr. Hartmann has always been able to perceive trends before they become evident to the general economy.  Hartmann is a strategic thinker and his vision has enabled him to respond and adapt quickly to changes, conforming them to current consumer demands. 

Mr. Hartmann has advised many Connecticut Political Candidates from Mayors to State Representatives and has advised the Speaker of the House Jim Amann for Governor 2010. As his Chief of Staff & Strategic Advisor.

Mr. Hartmann is certainly the General Partner that any discreet investor would want to invest with, he holds a high level of importance to each one of his investor and takes his fiduciary responsibilities very seriously and is always looking for ways to maximize share holders value by exceeding all projections, and keeping his investor up to date on the progress of the development at all times and demanding from his staff and strategic partners to maximize shareholder value.

If you have an interest in meeting and investing in his current offering please feel free to contact him, Robert D. Hartmann Sr. can be contacted in writing at Hartmann Development LLC located at 114 Cascade Boulevard, Milford, CT 06460 and can be reached at the following telephone numbers (203) 876-1152. Mr. Hartmann would be glad to meet with you. 

Young S. Kim
Vice Chairman of Asian Affairs

Kim will serve Hartmann Development LLC. as the Foreign leasion of Asian Affaires for private capitol investment, business investment, government agencies, EB-5 investors and educational institutions Investment Advisor focusing on international joint business ventures with companies.

Kim was born in the Republic of Korea and became a United States citizen in 2006. While in Korea, Kim served as the Senior Assistant to the Chairman of the Finance and Economic Committee and Assistant to Chairman of the Democratic Party of the Korean National Assembly.

In July 30, 2000, with the support of former President William Clinton, Mr. Kim served as the host for a major fund raising event at the Waldorf-Astoria for Senate candidate Hillary Clinton.

In the following years, Mr. Kim served as the Chief Secretary and Secretary-General of the Se-Lim Foundation in Seoul Korea and New Jersey U.S.A. In 2007, Kim served as Director of for Asian Political Strategy at the primary election camp of then presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.

For business, Kim travels to China on a frequent basis with over 70 trips in the last few years.Kim has an extensive knowledge of the culture of countries in the Far East and the Pacific Rim and numerous senior level contacts in both China, Korea and U.S.A.

Currently Mr. Kim resides in New Haven County, Connecticut with his wife and two children.

Bradley K. Nederhoff AIA | Managing Principal

Master of Architecture, Harvard University,
Graduate School of Design 1984
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture,
Iowa State University 1981

Registrations and Memberships
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Boston Society of Architects (BSA)
Architectural Registration in Massachusetts, Florida,
Georgia, Michigan, New Jersey, Utah

Teaching Experience
Mr. Nederhoff has served as a guest critic at the Boston
Architectural Center.

Museum Architecture and Planning
Since 1983, Mr. Nederhoff has worked in key
management and design positions on a broad variety of
museum types. He has extensive involvement in the
planning, design and construction of science museums,
art museums, history museums and multi-disciplinary
museums. In addition, he has design experience with
numerous large-format film theaters.

Mr. Nederhoff has served as project architect,
designer, and/or manager for the following national and
international museum projects.

Science and Technology Museums:
• St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, MO
• Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH
• Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, NJ
• Hong Kong Museum of Science and Technology
(Conceptual Design) Hong Kong, China
• Discovery Science Center (Conceptual Design), Santa
Ana, CA
• Museum of Science (Children’s Discovery Center,
Sixth Floor Renovation, and Master Plan), Boston, MA
• Cumberland Science Center (Conceptual Design),
Nashville, TN
• Dekelboum Science Center, West Palm Beach, FL
• Guangdong Science Center, Guangzhou, China
• Caguas Science Center, Caguas, Puerto Rico

Art Museums:
• Smithsonian Institution: Arts and Industries Building
(Conceptual Design), Washington, DC

• Hong Kong Museum of Art (Interior Galleries), Hong
Kong, China
• Art Museum of Western Virginia (Conceptual
Design), Roanoke, VA
• John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (Museum of
the Circus), Sarasota, FL
• Tarble Arts Center (Expansion) Charlestown, IL

History Museums:
• National Infantry Museum, Columbus, GA
• Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX
• Tampa Bay History Center, Tampa, FL
• NASCAR Hall of Fame, Atlanta, GA
• Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN
• Hong Kong Museum of History (Conceptual Design),
Hong Kong, China
• National Museum of African American History and
Culture, Washington, DC
• River Heritage Center (Conceptual Design), Paducah,
• Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
(Conceptual Design), New Zealand
• South Carolina State Museum (Conceptual Design),
Columbia, SC

Multi-Disciplinary Museums:
• World Golf Hall of Fame, St. Augustine, FL
• Cape May - Lewes Ferry Visitor Centers, Cape May,
NJ and Lewes, DE
• Flint Hills Discovery Center, Manhattan, KS

Large-Format Theaters:
• St. Louis Science Center, Domed IMAX
• Texas State History Museum, 3D IMAX
• Great Lakes Science Center, Domed IMAX
• Liberty Science Center, Domed IMAX
• World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX
• Indiana State Museum, 3D IMAX
• Santa Ana Discovery Science Center, IMAX
(Conceptual Design)
• Cape May Visitor Center, 3D IMAX (Conceptual Design)
• National Infantry Museum, 3D IMAX

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Nederhoff gained
experience in a variety of building types. In addition to
his museum planning and design work he has been
project designer for education buildings, commercial
buildings, and private residences.


Louis Sirianni AIA, LEED | Principal

Master in Architecture (Urban Design)
Harvard University 1974
Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie-Mellon University
School of Fine Arts 1969

Registrations and Memberships
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration
Boards (NCARB)
Boston Society of Architects (BSA)
Architectural Registration in Massachusetts,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Florida

LEED Certification
Mr. Sirianni has completed Advanced LEED Training and
has been certified as a LEED-Accredited Professional.

Museum Experience
Since joining the firm in 1978, Mr. Sirianni has worked
exclusively as architect on major museums throughout
the United States and has gained extensive experience
and considerable expertise in museum architectural
design, construction, and planning.
Mr. Sirianni has also had related design experience that
supplements his museum experience. He has been the
principal designer of a number of urban design projects
of large–scale mixed use development, involving
housing, commercial, museum and other institutional
uses. As a result of this experience he is better able to
incorporate the site organization and circulation,
establish criteria for, and analyze optional building sites
for new museums. He also has had experience with
rehabilitation projects for housing, education, and
museum uses.

Teaching Experience
Mr. Sirianni was a design studio critic at the Boston
Architectural Center School of Architecture from 1974
to 1980. In addition, he has served as guest design critic
at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Major projects include the following.

Science and Technology Museums:
• St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, MO
• Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, NJ
• Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH
• Virginia Marine Science Museum, Virginia Beach, VA
• Science Discovery Museum, Acton, MA
• Museum of Science (Hall of Energy), Boston, MA
• Hong Kong Museum of Science and
• Nevada Science Museum, Amargosa Valley, NV
• MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA

Art Museums:
• Museum of Fine Arts (Master Plan), Boston, MA
• Louvre Museum (Reorganization Master Plan)
• Tarble Arts Center, Charleston, IL
• The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
• Smithsonian Institution, Arts and Industries Building,
(Reorganization), Washington, DC
• Smithsonian Institution, The Sackler Gallery and The
Museum of African Art (Collection Facilities),
Washington, DC

History Museums:
• Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX
• The Frick Art and Historical Center, Pittsburgh, PA

Multi-Disciplinary Museums:
• Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA
• Public Museum of Grand Rapids, MI
• Kalamazoo Valley Museum, Kalamazoo, MI
• South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC
• The National Museum of African American History
and Culture, Washington, DC


Patricia T. Cook | Museum Planner

Master of Liberal Arts, Museum Studies concentration,
Harvard University 2009
MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Boston University
BA in Experimental Psychology, Northeastern University

Museum Experience
Ms. Cook recently earned an MLA in Museum Studies at
the Harvard University Extension School and was
awarded a Dean’s List Certificate for Academic
Achievement. Her thesis “Verbal Description:
Interpretive Access to Art Museum Collections for
Visitors Who Are Visually Disabled” explores the
dilemma art museums face in making their visual
content verbal under Title III of the Americans with
Disabilities Act. Through original research in which she
documented accessibility tours at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art and the Jewish Museum in New York,
and conducted interviews and studies with blind
museum patrons, Ms. Cook’s work suggests that special
programming designed for a small disability audience is
relevant to universal learning in the museum.
As a museum intern for the Boston Museum Project and
Gateway Center, Ms. Cook designed and conducted an
education survey among Boston’s cultural institutions
and historic sites. This information was sought to inform
the planning of this new history museum’s educational
mission and programs. Ms. Cook’s internal report was
synthesized as a field trip resource guide for Boston
school teachers.
Ms. Cook’s interest and participation in museum
education has been a life-long passion. In 2006, she was
recruited as a volunteer Museum Educator at the
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. There she is a Gallery
Instructor and an Access Guide, trained in Visual
Thinking Strategy and skilled in leading inquiry-based
tours for school groups and visitors with disabilities.
Since 2003, Mrs. Cook has been the Associate Director
for the Munson Gallery in Chatham, MA. There she
manages Cape Cod’s premier summer art gallery
representing contemporary artists throughout the U.S.
Prior to joining Verner Johnson, Inc., Ms. Cook was a
research epidemiologist investigating the effectiveness
of public health interventions. The findings of the
National Influenza Vaccine Case-Control Study, which
she directed, resulted in the Medicare funding of an
annual flu shot.

MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA. In September 2007,
the MIT Museum completed a 7,000 square foot

ground floor expansion and renovation. After a year of
operation, the museum requested architect Lou Sirianni
of Verner Johnson, Inc. to conduct a post-occupancy
evaluation. The scope of the mutually planned
evaluation was designed to capture staff feedback on
how the renovated space, systems, and fixtures have
performed under a variety of conditions, including
exhibitions, public programs, special events and rental
events. Ultimately, the evaluation sought to inform
building decisions affecting intermediate and long-term
goals for the museum. Ms. Cook designed the survey
instrument, conducted the staff interviews, and
compiled the results of the evaluation.

Other Experience
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Cook was involved in
several special projects:
• Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA - Contract
Marketing Specialist
• Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society -
Program Evaluator
• Museum of Fine Arts/Perkins School for the Blind
Partnership - Art Facilitator
• The Boston Museum Project and Gateway Center
- Museum Intern

American Association of Museums
Access Advisory Board Member, Museum of Fine Arts,
Juried member of the Cape Cod Art Association,
Barnstable, MA