STEPHEN ALICANDRO

Mr. Alicandro joined Herring & Trowbridge in 2016 as a senior architect. As a results-oriented leader, Steve offers over 30 years of diverse management, marketing and design experience. He has been a key strategic player and tactical planner while working with owners, developers, and A/E consultants through all phases of project delivery including IPD. He possesses excellent design, planning, communication, interpersonal and analytical skills, to solve problems and to achieve successful results. In addition to previously managing architectural practices for national firms, he has over 25 years experience designing and managing a wide variety of projects involving large scale development, industrial, mixed use, senior housing, office, health care and multifamily. Representative projects include: Philips Corporate Office Campus, Andover, MA. The master plan in a suburban setting involved over 500,000 SF of office space located in 5 buildings with underground parking. The remaining parcel of a 25 acre site including 450 residential units in a series of neighborhood settings. Sharon Hills Senior Living CCRC, Sharon, MA. Located in a suburban, campus setting, this624-unit, luxury senior living community consisted of 6 mid-rise and high-rise structures on a raised, green-roof podium. Vanity Fair Redevelopment, Reading, PA. Redevelopment of the existing Reading Outlet Center. The Master Plan proposed re-positioning 10 retail and office buildings in more of a town center format of upscale retail, multifamily apartments, and office. Vienna Metro West, Vienna, VA. Developed the hi-rise portion of a walkable town center which included over 600 housing units, retail, and public park amenity space. Anacostia Gateway, Washington, DC. New build to suit office complex for Washington DDOT

Mr. Alicandro has an Architectural Degree from the University of Notre Dame, and an MS Business, Real Estate Development from Johns Hopkins.

Mr. Alicandro is a Registered Architect, and a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Urban Land Institute.