Andrew joined HHL Architects in 2013. He has nearly a decade of architectural design experience and is a New York State Registered Architect.
In 2002, Andrew earned his Associate in Applied Science from Erie Community College in Architectural Technology, and graduated from the University at Buffalo, School of Architecture and Planning with his Bachelor of Science in Architecture in 2006. In addition, he also received a Master of Architecture in 2008 from the University at Buffalo.
He applies his eye for design, detail, and green building practices, along with his expertise in Revit, to every project. His work can be seen in projects such as the Beaver Island State Park Pro Shop and the Letchworth State Park Nature Center.
Andrew is also an active member of the community; he has served on the board of directors for the US Green Building Council Upstate New York Chapter. He also partners with Re-Tree WNY and the Parkside Community Association in an ongoing effort to replace trees in public areas that were lost or damaged in the devastating snowstorm of October 2006.
885 Niagara Street Housing
Elk Terminal Lofts
Letchworth State Park Nature Center
NYSP Old Fort Niagara Bath House
The Martin House (Private Residence)