THOMAS ROWE, AIA MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES Consulting Principal
Tom Rowe, Principal and a Lead Designer, has 24 years of experience managing some of MGA’s largest and most complex projects and has extensive university ex- perience. He joined the firm in 1983 and became a Studio Head in 1986. He has considerable concept master planning experience including the Spring Hill Lake Transit Oriented Concept Development Plan, Greenbelt, MD (with DPZ), a Confi- dential Transit Oriented Concept Master Plan a block from one of the U.S.’s largest train stations, and the Riverside Park Development, Fairfax County, VA. He also has considerable campus master planning experience including considerable work at Rice University. Mr. Rowe’s extensive experience also includes major projects such as the 576,500 S.F. U.S. Courthouse in Washington, D.C.; the 2 million S.F. Department of Transportation Headquarters in Washington, D.C.; the Houston Branch of the Fed- eral Reserve Bank in Houston, TX; 425 Fifth Avenue - a 67-story luxury condominium building in New York, NY; and the Pinnacle Towers Mixed-use Development in White Plains, NY. Prior to joining MGA in 1984, he was a designer for the Graves-Warnecke Joint Venture Office and worked on the Humana Building, Louisville, KY, for which Michael Graves was the Design Architect; the building won an AIA National Honor Award. He is very familiar with the Princeton Junction area. He is experienced in achieving Design Excellence and his projects have won numerous awards.
EDUCATION Master of Architecture, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1982 Bachelor of Science - Architecture, Catholic University, Washington, D.C., 1979
REGISTRATIONS Registered Architect (New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas, Alabama, Virginia and Washington, D.C.) National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB)
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS Spring Hill Lake Transit Oriented Concept Development Plan, Greenbelt, Maryland Principal-in-Charge, Collaborating Planner and Lead Architect with DPZ and Olin Partners (landscape) for this 165-acre transit-oriented development located near the last stop of the Washington Metro Greenbelt station. Project included designing 1,443 units of various types and configurations of housing including live-work housing, loft- style condominiums, and flats above 38,000 S.F. of commercial. In addition, housing options include perimeter block housing around parking and three 2-story towers above a common parking plinth. Design also includes most of the public facilities in the development including a visitor’s center, a community center, and site elements such as gazebos, bus shelters, newsstands and signage and environmental graphics, as well as a marketing identity program including logos for different sections of the community.
MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY