Andrew brings over 25 years of architectural experience to RGB, ranging from award-winning design achievements to technical specialization. He has a background in institutional projects for numerous schools. Andrew holds the Association for Learning Environments certification and works closely with educators and communities in school planning engagements. As a building designer and envelope specialist he has worked in the historic rehabilitation of prominent buildings like the Kingsley Building in Providence, RI and the Hillerich & Bradsby Louisville Slugger Museum Building in Louisville, KY. Andrew currently serves as a member of the Historic District Commission in East Greenwich, RI.
Andrew received a First Place Award from the Boston Society of Architects, for “The 1994 Un-built Architecture” in collaboration with Atelier Cube and Henri T. de Hahn and a Third Place Award for a City Garden in Verona, Italy in a collaborative design competition with Maria Dallerba Ricci in 1998. He has earned his Master of Architecture from Cornell University, and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kentucky. He has earned his Master of Architecture from Cornell University, and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kentucky. His publications and presentations include:
- AIA National Conference for Justice Facilities, Charlotte NC 2000
- ACSA International Conference – La Citta Nuova, Rome, Italy 1999
- “ACT V: The Commedia dell Arte in Venice” ACSA International Conference Proceedings, 1999 – ACSA Press, pp.21-24
- FACES Journal D’Architectures #26 February, 1992, A Contemporary Center for the Plastic Arts.
- Un Centre d’arts plastiques contemporians a Lausanne, Cinq architects projects – 700th anniversaire de la Confederation helvetique, Etat de Vaud.