Ray has more than 16 years of experience in the higher education sector. He specializes in the planning, design, and development of student life facilities within our dedicated student life studio. His active participation in the academic community, both as a teacher and a design critic, reinforces his commitment to thoughtful architectural solutions that consider all aspects of student life.
The Commons at West Chester University is Ray’s next project. Blurring the lines between social and academic functions, The Commons will be the largest building project in West Chester history, and it’ll serve students whether they’re studying, eating, playing, or living.
Ray actively participates in national conferences on education, often speaking on topics related to the design and construction of campus facilities. At home, he’s working on his third old-house renovation—refinishing, repurposing, and reusing old components to fit. Really though, he spends a lot of time building whatever his six- and five-year-old daughters want, mostly out of Legos.