Andrew, a certified passive-house consultant, champions SGA’s sustainable building practice within the firm and within the industry at large. Recognizing that buildings are responsible for 40 percent of carbon emissions in the U.S., he continually strives to integrate high design and high performance into their development. Since he joined SGA in 2017, Andrew has applied the latest techniques in energy efficiency to projects in the higher education, commercial, and life sciences markets. He also speaks about sustainability at prominent industry events, such as the North American Passive House conference, Passive House Massachusetts, and ABX.
At SGA, Andrew is involved in every stage of projects, including design, detailing, construction documentation, and construction administration. He is a frequent presence in the field, where he ensures the accurate delivery of design intent. In addition, he is active in SGA’s business development efforts, working in conjunction with the firm’s marketing team.
Previously, Andrew served as a project architect at Perkins & Will for several years. During his tenure there, he gained wide-ranging experience by completing projects across the corporate interiors, civic, commercial, higher education, and life sciences markets.
Andrew received a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture. Outside of the office, he plays the violin in a community orchestra. But the main focus of his personal life is being a father.