Kurt C. Baur, AIA, ACHA is a Principal of the firm and serves as the Director of Healthcare Architecture. Kurt is responsible for business development as well as overseeing the planning, design and construction of a wide range of large scale healthcare facilities, including university medical centers, regional hospitals and medical office buildings. He received a bachelor of architecture from Kent State University. Kurt is also a Board Certified Healthcare Architect and a founding member of the American College of Healthcare Architects.
Patrick Curley, AIA Patrick's architectural experience in specialized College and University projects range from campus master plans to renovation, expansion and new construction projects for residence halls, student life centers, sports and recreation facilities, theaters and science buildings. Through these diverse project types, he has developed an exceptional ability to communicate with diverse user groups and stakeholders - including senior academic administrators, trustees, faculty, students and community groups - in order to achieve consensus and deliver successful projects to his clients. Patrick has been involved in numerous complex college and university endeavors, and will lead the planning, programming and design phases, manage the design team, and coordinate, communicate and control all professional service activities that are necessary for each project’s successful completion.
Mark A. Hopper, AIA, NCARB expertise encompasses master planning, design, construction document development, interior design, contract administration, project coordination, and the direction of support staff in the accomplishment of project assignments. Mark's primary responsibility as Principal K-12 is to assure that the client’s objectives are clear and understood, and that the work is properly planned, designed, and managed to fully achieve the client’s expectations and satisfaction.
Michael S. Marcinek is Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of the firm. Mike is responsible for setting the firm’s strategic direction, financial reporting and strategic financial planning. He received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Connecticut and his MBA from the University of New Haven. He currently serves on the Boards of the Valley United Way, CBIA, American Red Cross, Junior Achievement, Shelton Economic Development Corporation, Valley Chamber of Commerce, Parent Child Resource Center and the Dan Orlovsky Foundation.
John C. Oliveto, PE is a Principal of the firm, responsible for the management, design and production of all MEP engineering services. His guidance of the engineering staff ensures well-coordinated documents for all of the firm’s practice groups. John is also responsible for business development activities within the firm's New England region. John received his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Manhattan College. He currently serves on the committees for the Bridgeport Regional Business Council, Bridgeport’s Cardinal Sheehan Center, and the CT Building Congress, and is a member of ECHN's BACH organization.
Philip Toussaint, AIA is responsible for client relations, project management, and marketing. For the last twenty years he has specialized as a healthcare architect and has successfully managed many award winning projects including Replacement Hospitals, Children’s Hospitals, Cancer Centers and Ambulatory Care Centers. His experience includes working as a project manager, architect and healthcare planner on complex design and master planning projects.

Associate Principals
Brian J. Duddy
Glenn Giustino, PE
Robert Wildermuth, AIA, LEED AP

Senior Associates
Michael Bensh, CEM

Lorianne Jones, AIA, LEED BD+C
Kathleen A. Ryan, LEED AP
Jack E. Turek
Jessica Vuocolo, IIDA