Matthew Pitzer, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
Matt Pitzer joined PDT Architects in 2016 after spending almost fifteen years in Boston as a designer specializing in higher education and preservation of prominent historic structures.
He is an adept project manager with excellent organizational and planning skills and a personal commitment to design that confers broad social benefits. Most recently, he completed the design of the new Kate Furbish Elementary School, which will be built at the site of the former Jordan Acres School in Brunswick, Maine. Matt was also project manager and lead designer for the conversion of the Portland Press Herald headquarters, converting their existing press hall to their news room.
At PDT Matt continues to manage a number of complex projects that require a thorough understanding of historic building techniques and current building science techniques for durable, health, energy-efficient buildings.
Northeastern University School of Architecture, Boston, MA
Master of Architecture, 2007
Bachelor of Science of Architecture, 2006
Minor in History, 2006
Maine, #4501, 2018; Massachusetts #951011, 2018
LEED Accredited Professional, 2008
NCARB Certificate, #87921, 2017
American Institute of Architects, 2016
Association for Preservation Technology – Northeast Chapter
ACE Mentor Program of America, Portland, ME, 2016–present