PRINCIPAL, PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Michael LoSasso has been a practicing architect for over 25 years, joining the firm as a Project Architect and Senior Project Manager. His professional experience spans a diverse spectrum of project types including adaptive re-use and historic renovation, education, projects for college universities, multi-family housing, civic and municipal buildings, and projects for the United States military. His multi-family school experience led to a field observer role for the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA). He also brings extensive project management experience by leading the design consultant team and coordinating with the development staff and construction manager.
Michael’s enthusiasm, dedication, and management skills have made each project run smoothly. He assures that all projects are to meet on, or before, the target deadlines for each phase. These traits and skills served him as the project manager for the new CREC Medical Professions and Teacher Preparation Academy, a Middle/High Magnet School in New Britain, and the West Haven High School addition/renovation project.
In addition to CREC and West Haven, Michael has also managed major projects for the University of Bridgeport and Bridgeport Hospital.
In 2017, Michael was promoted to Principal due to his outstanding leadership and management capabilities at all levels of architectural practice.