Tim Fryatt, AIA
With 20 years experience leading complex projects across a wide range of scales and sectors, Tim is known as a prolific designer and creative catalyst. Dedicated to developing meaningful places that leverage latent value, behave naturally, and inspire delight. Notable work includes the Henderson Hopkins Community School in East Baltimore, a widely awarded cornerstone of neighborhood revival, the NYSE/Financial District Streetscapes and Security project which was exhibited at MOMA, and a winning design for Presidents Park South at the White House. Presently he is spearheading a hotel and events venue at the landmark Battery Maritime Building, design for a new 11 story office building at 29 Jay Street in the DUMBO historic district, completing construction administration on the 20 story Montague Pierrepont Apartments in Brooklyn Heights, and leading a masterplan for the Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden in Staten Island. Tim studied at RPI ('97), is a registered Architect, and an active member of his community in Maplewood, NJ serving on the Township Planning Board, the Springfield Avenue Partnership Design Review Committee, and as Cubmaster for Pack 19 Cub Scouts.