Beth Lacey, AIA
A founding partner of the firm, Beth has broad experience in the management, design and implementation of a wide range of projects, both large and small, including feasibility studies, adaptive reuse, renovation and new buildings. She has extensive experience and depth of knowledge in creating design and technical solutions for many building types. She employs a highly responsive programming and design approach that yields specific and unique results for commercial, educational, residential, and religious structures.
Mark Thaler, AIA, NCARB
As a nationally recognized expert in Historic Preservation, Mark has been responsible for the renovation and restoration of some of our nation’s most significant landmarks, including buildings at Ellis Island, Valley Forge, the Washington State Capitol, and numerous colleges and universities across the country. His collaborative working style enables holistic solutions that incorporate the best of what our past has to offer.
Stephen F. Reilly, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C
Steve is a AIA member and LEED Accredited Professional with more than 25 years’ experience working on some of the most important historic structures in the United States. He has a strong materials conservation and technical background, and is particularly experienced with projects involving preservation, restoration, adaptive reuse and contextual additions.
Daniel J. Wilson, AIA
Dan has been a practicing architect for over twenty years. He has worked for one of the most respected historic preservation firms in the nation. During this period of time, Dan was involved with the restoration of many historic landmark buildings including the Basilica of the Assumption, African Meeting House, and the New York State Assembly Chamber.