Michael G. Fahey, AIA holds a B. Arch. from Pratt Institute, an M. Arch. from University of Houston and is a Graduate of the International Space University in Kitakyushu, Japan. He is a registered architect in New York, New Jersey, New Mexico and Connecticut, NCARB Certified and a Member of the American Institute of Architects.
Michael has 21 years experience with a strong background in healthcare, aerospace and commercial retail projects which afford him great advantages in planning logistically difficult projects. Establishing the firm in 1996, Michael directs new business development and the company’s operations. Working closely with our clients from the programming phases through construction, he personally oversees all phases of the project.
Upon graduation in 1984, Michael worked as a designer and project manager with firms in New York City and Cyprus, working on medium to large scale institutional, retail and health care projects. His work has been published in Architecture Record, Interior Design and Architecture magazines. His projects have received a national award for interior design in 1987 from Architecture Magazine and the prestigious Bard Award from the City Club of New York.
In addition, Michael’s research has been published in several aerospace journals, installed in the "Foundations for the Future" collection at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and has led him to be a guest speaker at numerous engagements in the US, the former USSR and Japan.
Michael, has been a guest critic at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, Rice University in Houston TX. and was a founding member of the International Design for Extreme Environments Association (IDEEA).