Glen S. Fontecchio
Glen Fontecchio studied architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design. Glen began his career working at William D. Warner Architects and Planners where he was a project architect on a number of noteworthy projects in Providence including The River Relocation and Waterplace Park Project and most recently, The Relocation of Interstate 195.
In 2005, Glen opened his own office in order to pursue his interest in the design of smaller, more intimate projects. Glen is personally involved in each project the firm undertakes and seeks to provide his clients with designs that work with their own personal tastes and styles while incorporating his signature New England architectural detailing.
Glen also serves as chairman of Providence's historic district commission and has authored several regulation documents pertaining to zoning, historic preservation, sustainable village growth, and waterfront development.