Douglas Emilio, Assoc AIA, Partner
For the last twenty six years, Douglas Emilio has led complex adaptive reuse and exterior envelope projects for public and private clients. Public clients have included multiple local municipalities and county governments, the Metropolitan Transit Authority, the NYC Department of Design & Construction, the State University Construction Fund, the US General Services Administration, the US Department of State, the US Army Corp of Engineers, NYC Economic Development Corporation, and the Embassy of France.
He is adept at master plan development and large-scale condition assessments, as well as fine-grained preservation and conservation projects. His organizational skills allow him to manage multiple projects and teams simultaneously. He has integrated new technology to the firm's practice, allowing for more accurate fieldwork and better collaboration with clients.
Projects that he has been directly responsible for have won awards from the New York State and Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapters of the American Institute of Architects, the Brick Industry Association, and have been recognized by McGraw Hill Construction.
He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Association of Preservation Technology, International Council on Monuments and Sites, and RCI. He serves as a board member with the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct (FOCA) and Hastings-on-Hudson Architectural Review Board.
B Sc, Historic Preservation, Minor in Architecture, Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI 1992; Emphasis: Materials Conservation and Preservation Planning