Rick has been a crucial part of our firm since joining us in 2004 and over that time has worked on a variety of project types and scales. From a 3,000 s.f. dentist office in Lower Gywnedd, to a 285 unit apartment building in PA, a 14 screen theater covering four floors in Lower Manhattan, Rick has gained a wealth of knowledge and an understanding about the importance of maintaining client relationships regardless of size or cost of the project.
During the past few years, Rick has mainly focused his attention on the multifamily and entertainment verticals and has played an instrumental role on many of the firm’s more complex projects. From 777 S. Broad Street, a 146 unit mixed used building in Philadelphia, to the Front Street Lofts, a 1 23 unit mixed use building in Hartford, Connecticut,
When not in the office or visiting sites on the East Coast, Rick spends his spare time corralling his two young sons, building custom furniture and millwork in his garage and designing and building theater sets where he volunteers at the local Stagecrafters Theater in Chestnut Hill.
If you could only eat one breakfast food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Western omelet with home fries.
What’s your dream car?
1952 Corvette – Cherry Red.
Who’s the one person in history that you would want to sit with on a plane to California?
Thing you like most about architecture?
The process of seeing a thought grow from an idea into a building and having a part in it.
Dream vacation place you have never been.
Vacation - what is that?