Throughout his career, Tom has instilled his passion for people and community in his work for leading businesses, institutions, and civic organizations throughout the United States. His recent projects include the Shapiro Center for Cardiovascular Medicine and the Building for the Future at Brigham and Woman's Hospital, the Greater Boston Food Bank's Yawkey Distribution Facility, and Massachusetts General Hospital's Lunder Building, which has won numerous industry awards including the National Healthcare Design Award from the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health.
Tom is an architect, certified planner, and licensed construction supervisor through the Massachusetts State Board of Building Regulations and Standards. He is actively involved in community affairs in the Boston area, where he currently serves on the City of Cambridge Planning Board and has previously served on the City of Cambridge Board of Zoning Appeals. He is also the president of the Charles River Watershed Association. His community activities are a natural extension of his belief that design can shape, enliven, and enrich the public realm.
CIVIC AND PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Charles River Watershed Association, President
City Of Cambridge Planning Board, Member Cambridge Zoning Board of Appeals, former Chair