Joe began his professional career working in New York City, first for Castro-Blanco Piscioneri and Associates and then for Carpenter/Grodzins. After working in New York City, Joe moved back to Pittsburgh in 1999 and joined Perfido Weiskopf Architects as an intern architect. He became licensed and an associate in the firm in July of 2003. Joe has a broad range of design experience as a project architect on diverse project types including higher education, market rate and subsidized housing, corporate offices, and historic rehabilitation of landmarks buildings. Several of his projects have received awards from the Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania chapters of the AIA.
Penn State University
Foreign Studies Program
Sede di Roma
LEED Accredited Professional; National Historic Trust Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation; Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
People Would be Surprised to Find Out:
I'm a....pen and pencil...snob
IF I COULD TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, I WOULD GO TO
The French Alps...on my mountain bike
UNKNOWN SPECIAL SKILL(S)/TALENT(S)
MY FAVORITE PART OF THE DESIGN PROCESS
Construction Documents...'the devil is in the details'
MY ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY