An integral member of the partnership at Margulies Perruzzi, Tim is an award-winning architect who’s leadership has played a critical role in the design of real estate development and workplace projects across the firm. An advocate for high-performance building repositioning, creative office space and sustainable urban development, Tim often leads large integrated projects, providing expertise on the design of the building, as well as the interiors. His work bridges the shared interest of both building owner and user to create designs that successfully convey both parties’ objectives and support designations such as “Best Place to Work,” and “Top Place to Work in Boston.” Tim is a member of AIA, the BSA, USGBC, ULI, and a speaker on design insights and trends at real estate and design industry events. He has lectured on the topics of brand experience, creating a compelling and engaging Customer Experience Center (CXC), and most recently on “Covid-19 and the Future of the Workplace.” A patron of the arts and a philanthropist, he devotes time to various local charities including The United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Heading Home; Boston’s leading provider of emergency shelter, transitional, and permanent housing for low-income families and individuals. He is an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University School of Architecture.