BOSTON— SGA Founding Partner and President Al Spagnolo, AIA, NCARB will participate in a webinar on Wednesday, May 13, and will talk about planning and designing higher education facilities in the COVID-19 era.
Wednesday, May 13th | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Other speakers include:
Compass Project Management, Inc.
Executive Vice President,
Shawmut Design and Construction
Director, Space & Capital Planning
Assistant Vice President,
Major Capital Projects
Executive Vice President
The Vertex Companies, Inc.
The main topic of the webinar is: “Planning and Building in the COVID-19 Era: Practical Considerations for Higher Education and Private School Owners.” The insightful discussion is targeted for colleges, universities, and private secondary schools on practical considerations for planning, design and constructing in the COVID-19 era. The registration process and panel format will include opportunities for audience comment and questions.
To register, please click here.
An eminent figure in the architectural profession, Mr. Spagnolo is widely recognized as the creative force behind SGA’s success. Since establishing the firm in 1991, he has led its efforts to balance design excellence with responsible pragmatism, enhance the public realm, apply the latest technological advances, and promote environmental conservation. Under his leadership, the firm has grown significantly. Key milestones include the opening of a satellite office in New York City and the creation of a Virtual Design and Construction practice, which was a factor in Fast Company’s inclusion of SGA in its 2018 list of the Most Innovative Companies.
Mr. Spagnolo received an Associate of Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Architecture (cum laude) from Ohio State University. A registered architect in 13 states, he is an active member of the AIA, BSA, NCARB, the National Organization of Minority Architects, the Urban Land Institute, and the Alpha Rho Chi professional fraternity. He also serves as a guest lecturer at Wentworth Institute of Technology and Boston Architectural College.