CHELSEA, M.A.– The Architectural Team announced strategic promotions for three longstanding senior team members. The newly promoted professionals are Philip Renzi, Andrew Stebbins, LEED AP, and Anthony Vivirito, Associate AIA, LEED AP, who have all been elevated to the position of Associate at the 95-person firm.
With a steadily expanding portfolio of projects across the United States, TAT is recognized as a sophisticated and thoughtful planner and designer of multifamily, mixed-use, commercial, and assisted-living communities. The firm is also known as a national advocate for important issues including affordable housing, historic preservation and adaptive reuse, sustainability, and resilient waterfront development. According to TAT’s principals, the promotions reflect all three new Associates’ deep commitment to design expertise, client relations, and project management excellence.
Recent milestones for TAT, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2021, include project commissions for skyline-defining towers such as the Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences; innovative affordable housing communities such as A.O. Flats at Forest Hills, the winner of an Urban Land Institute excellence award; significant historic adaptive reuse projects including Sibley Square, a 1.1 million-square-foot former department store now transformed into a vibrant, mixed-use urban destination in downtown Rochester, New York; and market-leading comprehensive continuum-of-care environments such as the 172-unit Atria McCandless community in Pennsylvania. TAT’s new Associates Stebbins, Vivirito, and Renzi have played instrumental roles in this growth of the firm’s portfolio, and will continue their project work alongside expanded managerial, business development, and mentorship responsibilities.