EYP Architecture & Engineering announced that Stephen Feige, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the company as senior project director of the firm’s Boston office. In this role, Feige will be responsible for the effective delivery of large and complex projects including design and technical excellence, profitability and positive client relations.
Feige joins EYP with more than 20 years of experience in designing and managing award-winning projects and sustainable solutions. He has worked on projects spanning public libraries and public schools in addition to colleges and universities. Recent notable public and private clients include Harvard, Yale, MIT, William & Mary and the University of Virginia. At EYP, Feige will be responsible for collaborating on project proposals, fee proposals and overall business development efforts for the firm’s higher education sector.
“Feige is an excellent addition to our team. His extensive knowledge of the higher education sector will benefit our clients greatly,” said EYP Managing Principal, Jeremy Oberc, AIA, LEED AP. “His previous work has exemplified design excellence and we’re looking forward to the expertise he will bring to EYP.”
Before joining EYP, Feige was senior project manager at Goody Clancy where he was responsible for overseeing projects including new construction, historic preservation and adaptive re-use, all with a focus on sustainability and creating spaces for learning. Prior to Goody Clancy, Feige was project manager and designer at Tappe Associates where he focused on restorations and additions to several libraries, including the Beverly Farms Public Library, the Hull Public Library and the Nevins Memorial Library in Massachusetts.
“I am excited to dive into this position and to champion excellence in an industry that is highly complex,” says Feige. “I’m especially looking forward to collaborating with my new colleagues while we provide unparalleled solutions for our clients.”
Feige received his Bachelor of Architecture from Boston Architectural College and studied abroad at the Ecole De Beaux-Arts at the Palais de Fontainebleu in France.