Vito Tamborrino Jr., AIA
Vito Tamborrino's career in building construction has progressed
through more than 38 years of practice with architectural firms and a
developer/construction company. As a registered Architect, his
career commenced in the traditional design aspect of the business for
20 years, before becoming involved in construction management.
His expertise is the ability to work with the clients in providing quality
service, scheduled to meet the Client's timetable and within the
Client's budget. Constant review of the projects, keeping all goals in
sight, has enabled his clients to be extremely satisfied with the
completed building construction.
As a team member of ArchCon Design Management, His
experience, expertise and service oriented commitment to quality
products combines both his architectural and construction
backgrounds. He interfaces with all levels of administration, staff,
management, consultants, contractors and vendors to assure that all
parties work together for a single goal of meeting the Owner's
expectations, schedule and budget.
He provides administrative and construction management duties
with the firm. Mr. Tamborrino assumes administrative
responsibility for all construction aspects of all projects. In addition,
he serves as a client liaison for all projects.
Mr. Tamborrino is a licensed Architect in the States of New Jersey
and Pennsylvania. He is an active member of the American Institute
of Architects (AIA) at the national, state and local levels. He has
served as an officer of AIA Central New Jersey Section. Mr.
Tamborrino is a member of the Architectural Advisory Committee for
Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey. He was a
member of several Ad Hoc committee’s for the Easton Area School
District, Easton, Pennsylvania and was a 21 year member and
Chairman of the Forks Township Pennsylvania (Easton Area) Planning
New Jersey School of Architecture
New Jersey Institute of Technology Bachelor of Architecture Degree
New Jersey Registered Architect
Pennsylvania Registered Architect
American Institute of Architects; 1984 to present
Architectural Advisory Committee for
Forks Township Planning Commission, PA
202 Hamilton Boulevard, South Plainfield, NJ 07080