Tony has been with PWWG for 20+ years, and is a leader in the firm’s practices in hospitality, adaptive reuse and renewal, and historic preservation for commercial, cultural, and non-profit clients. Tony leads every project—from concept studies to new construction–by aligning practical solutions, sound project management, and exemplary design and detailing, with the values of stakeholders and clients. He is recognized for clear communication and uncommon skill facilitating creative dialogue between clients, consultants, architectural partners, and contractors, throughout design and construction. Tony has managed many projects to successful completion with LEED, Universal and Inclusive Design, WELL, and 2030 standards of sustainability, and contributed to establishing the groundbreaking isUD standard for museums. His projects as Principal-in-Charge have won awards from local and national chapters of the AIA and major design entities, and been featured in regional and international publications covering architecture, interiors, and hotel design.
Kent State University
BA Architectural Studies
University of Pittsburgh
PA, OH, WV, KY, MO
American Institute of Architects; LEED Accredited Professional; Green Building Council Institute
museumlab at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh; 15th and Race Development; 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati; 21c Museum Hotel Lexington; The Garden Room at the National Aviary; Steamfitters Local Union #449 Training Center; Operating Engineers Training Facility
People Would be Surprised to Find Out:
I was the first in my family to go to college
"...at the end of the day..."
IF I COULD HAVE DINNER WITH ANYONE, IT WOULD BE
MY FAVORITE BUILDING IS
St. Peter's Basillica at The Vatican
MY ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY
Listen, gather, guide and deliver