Tony, who has 35 years of experience in architecture, sees himself as a problem-solver. From his perspective, every project presents its own set of challenges, whether they’re related to design, zoning, management, budget, or even climate change. His job is to develop solutions and options that lead to successful completion and improve sustainability. Another important component of his role is mentoring: He enjoys helping his colleagues and sharing knowledge.
Before joining SGA in November 2020, Tony served as a senior project manager at Tsoi Kobus Design, where he oversaw a number of healthcare and life science commissions. Previously, he held positions at TRIA, Inc. and EYP Architecture & Engineering. His longest tenure was at Shepley Bulfinch, where he spent 18 years specializing in higher education. That sector remains a focus of his work at SGA, along with life sciences.
Tony received a Master of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in environmental design from the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife (also an architect) and, whenever possible, with his son, who lives in California, and his daughter, who lives in Connecticut. He and his wife love New England because it offers so many opportunities to experience the beauty of nature, in the form of seashores, mountains, and lakes. Tony also golfs regularly — another activity that takes him outside and allows him to recharge.