Ray Giolitto, AIA, LEED AP has organizational and management skills for complex projects that contribute to the success of his buildings. Ray has worked on the restoration of the Connecticut State Capitol Building and has designed many schools, colleges, federal, municipal and state agency projects, not to mention various criminal justice facilities valued at over $150 million. He earned a B. Arch. from Pratt Institute. He holds licenses in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Ray strongly advocates a balance between nature and the built environment. He spearheads the firm’s knowledge and enthusiasm for incorporating recycled and sustainable products into our projects and NCA’s office environment. He works diligently with the building systems that are designed into our projects to ensure that the most energy-efficient and sustainable systems are used.
Ray has a long history of service to AIA. He served as President of AIA/CT, Chairman for various committees and as liaison for government affairs for over ten years.
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