PITTSBURGH –Astorino, a Pittsburgh-based architectural, engineering and construction services firm, announces a realignment of leadership that elevates a new league of talent to support its steadfast commitment to architectural distinction and innovative project delivery.
As Founder and Chairman, Louis D. Astorino, FAIA will continue to inspire the firm’s legacy of design excellence and innovation. A much honored member of the architectural profession, Astorino exemplifies the firm’s commitment to enriching lives through meaningful, human-centered design, and remains actively involved in architectural design reviews and strategic planning efforts.
In his new position as Chief Executive Officer, Louis P. Astorino, P.E. assumes oversight of the executive management team, and plays an integral role in daily operations. Astorino will continue to foster a visionary culture that elevates innovation and client satisfaction through the firm’s diverse service offerings.
Timothy L. Powers, AIA, former senior vice president – Healthcare, assumes the role of president of architecture. Under his guidance, Astorino’s healthcare and medical research practice has grown from its infancy in the early 1990s to become a global leader. In his new role, he leverages his 30 years of experience to oversee architectural activities across all markets served by the firm – healthcare, research, corporate, government, corrections, transportation, education, civic, sports, religious and residential.
John D. Francona, RA LEED AP assumes an expanded role as senior vice president – architecture to include senior vice president – marketing. He continues the administration and successful delivery of architectural services for the firm’s educational, corporate and civic projects, as well as the oversight and implementation of the firm’s marketing strategies and corporate communications programs.
Michael G. Brennan, P.E. strengthens his role from senior vice president – structural engineering to senior vice president – project management. His responsibilities include oversight of staffing and resource assignments for all projects, ensuring seamless communication among team members and successful project advancement. He also continues to perform as lead structural engineer on all projects.
“We are involved in exciting opportunities to build upon the firm’s 39-year legacy,” said Louis P. Astorino, CEO. “The restructuring of our organization ensures our ongoing commitment to client satisfaction, design excellence, and sustainable leadership.”