Jeffrey Dale Bianco, AIA specializes in the renovation of public and private schools, universities, municipal buildings and national landmarks. He holds a B.S. and a B. Arch. from the City College of New York. Jeff is a qualified Historic Architect per the United States Department of the Interiors and National Park Service guidelines.
A native New Yorker, Jeff grew up with a deep appreciation of building traditions, craftsmanship and the dialogue between architecture and urban environments. He began his career in health care design and completed his early experience as a project manager at the office of his mentor Giorgio Cavaglieri, FAIA. While there he oversaw major restoration projects at Grand Central Terminal in New York, The United States Military Academy at West Point, and the Pension Building in Washington, DC. Recent and current notable projects of his include the Kid City Museum, the Hamden Memorial Town Hall and the Joyner Learning Center.
Jeff served as the President of AIA/CT and as a Peer Reviewer for AIA. He is the Chairman of the Middletown Design Review and Preservation Board.
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