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M. Russel Feldman, AIA, Principal

M. Russel Feldman

Project Administration • Owner's Representation • Historic Preservation • Financial Analysis • Project Planning
Economic Development

Mr. Feldman is a registered Architect, certified by NCARB; holding B. Arch and A.B. (Architectural History) degrees from Syracuse University, and a Masters degree in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is a trustee of the City Museum of Newton and a member of its Executive Committee, and a faculty member and Overseer Emeritus at the Boston Architectural College, where he has also served as the past chair of the Board of Trustees and chair of the Thesis, Academic Appeals and Student Affairs Committees. He has played key roles as former president and member of the board of the Massachusetts AIA and the Legislative Affairs Committee of the AIA/Boston Society of Architects. He has recently served as member of the Massachusetts Commission on Construction Reform.

Robert S. Jefferies, CSI, Principal

Robert S. Jefferies

Historic Preservation • Corrections Security Planning • On-Site Quality Control  • Energy Conservation  • Cost Estimating and Control  • Construction Methods  • Construction Specifications  • Technical Specialties  • Historic Construction

Mr. Jefferies holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University and is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute and the American Jail Association. He is Chairman of the Board of Selectmen in Westford, MA, past Chairman of the Planning Board, and Westford Historic Commission, and is a longstanding member of the Westford Permanent School Building Committee.

Justin A. Humphreys, AIA, LEED, AP, Principal

Justin A. Humphreys

Architectural Design • Construction Detailing  • Project Management  • Project Development  • Sustainability Planning • On-Site Representation

Justin A. Humphreys, a registered Architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, completed his Bachelor of Architecture Degree, magna cum laude in May 2002, succeeding his attainment of an Associate of Applied Science in Architectural Engineering Technology in May 1999, at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts, where he now serves as adjunct professor. Mr. Humphreys is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and by the US Green Building Council as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional. He is an active member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and Boston Society of Architects as well as his local Stonybrook Neighborhood Association and its development committee. As an Associate at TBA Architects, Inc. Mr. Humphrey's work highlights his expert knowledge in Project Development, Construction Detailing, On-Site Representation and Sustainability Planning.

Gerald T. Takano, TBA Affiliate

Gerald T. Takano

Urban and Master Planning • Architectural Design  • Historic Preservation  • Cultural Resource Surveys

Gerald T. Takano obtained his architectural degree from Syracuse University, New York. As a preservation consultant to TBA, Mr. Takano's focus is on project planning and analysis, architectural design, historic preservation, cultural diversity and heritage tourism. He was appointed by the Governor of Hawaii to serve as Commissioner to the State's Historic Sites Review Board and represented Hawaii as Advisor to the National Trust. He is currently a Board member of the National Japanese American Historical Society and the Friends of 1800, a local San Francisco preservation organization.