Michael LoSasso has been in the profession for 32 years and 28 years of experience as a registered architect. After joining the firm as a Senior Project Architect/Project Manager in 2011, he was promoted to Principal in 2017, due to his outstanding leadership and management capabilities. His professional experience spans a diverse spectrum of project types including adaptive re-use, historic renovation, higher education, public K-12 schools, multi-family housing, civic/municipal buildings, and projects for the United States military.
Michael LoSasso is the firm’s educational project’s design leader and is the primary knowledge source on issues pertaining to the Connecticut’s DAS School Construction Grants process. Michael brings extensive design and project management experience to the firm, leading school projects from their inception in conceptual design and programming, he ensures the design quality is maintained with oversight for the duration of the project. Michael remains actively involved in the firm’s school projects, working closely with the project’s designated manager and by attending regular project meetings to ensure that each project exceeds client expectations.