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Tim Butler

AIA | Technical Director

Tim Butler has over 25 years of experience in architecture and has completed a wide variety of projects in cities across the country. Having worked on buildings in locales as varied as California, Colorado, New York, Florida and Maine, he brings a wealth of involvement in addressing the specifics of local climate and geography. His extensive experience in high-end residential and museum projects also gives him special expertise in the design and detailing of high-performance building envelopes. He brings to the firm a broad background in all phases of project execution from design through construction, and as Technical Director at MBB he serves as overall Quality Assurance/Quality Control Specialist.

A licensed architect, Tim holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University, where he won First Prize in the AIA’s Eleanor Allwork Design Competition and was awarded the school’s History/Theory Honor Award upon graduation. He also holds a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida, where he spent a summer abroad at the school’s program in Vicenza, Italy.

He has taught design studios at the New York Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute, and has served as a guest critic at Cornell University, The Cooper Union, Columbia University, Syracuse University and the University of Arizona. At NYIT Tim also taught the lecture courses Survey History of Architecture I and II, and Introduction to History, Theory and Criticism in Architecture.