With 20 years of practice as a senior project manager, Ted has experience with a broad range of project types, including: hospitality, health care, laboratories, higher education and private residences.

As an architect, planner and manager, Ted brings exceptional depth to each of his projects. With a passion for building sustainably, he finds not only efficiency in energy use, but designs buildings that perform at the highest levels.

“We use site and context to influence our designs. We work to find something special in each place and bring it forward in our projects. In so doing, we are confident they will flourish and endure.”

Ted studied engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology and architecture at Syracuse University, which included a year of study abroad in Florence, Italy. Ted joined Centerbrook In 1998, the same year it received the AIA Firm of the Year Award. He was named associate in 2010 and principal four years later.

Ted’s commitment to design and fostering respectful and productive client relationships have afforded him the opportunity to be involved with a diverse range of projects during his career.

“I have always found the design process intriguing, from the time when you and the client dream of what can be – envisioning the building – right down working out details during construction. When you walk through a finished building with your client and see people using it, enjoying it, there’s always an incredible feeling of accomplishment for the team.”

Ted has been involved in a leadership role for a variety of Centerbrook projects, including Kroon Hall at Yale University, the Florence Griswold Museum, Berkshire School’s Bellas/Dixon Math and Science Center, UConn Health’s Outpatient Pavilion and Jorge Bergoglio Residence Hall at Sacred Heart University.

On the home front, Ted spends a lot of time roaming the sidelines of his boy’s ballgames and is constantly renovating the family home. His appreciation for color, texture, form and design extend to the outdoors, where he enjoys gardening.

• One of Connecticut’s first LEED Accredited Professionals
• Centerbrook projects have received 27 awards and honors
• Engineering degree, Wentworth Institute of Technology, 1987
• Bachelor’s of architecture, Syracuse University, 1991
• 2006 Centerbrook Travel Grant recipient: Renzo Piano’s California Academy of Science