EYP Announces New Managing Principal
EYP Architecture & Engineering announced that Terence McCabe, AIA, LEED AP, has been promoted to managing principal of the firm’s Raleigh office. In this role, McCabe will manage office operations, provide project leadership, and enhance EYP’s presence in North Carolina.
McCabe brings a background in business administration and economics, and extensive experience in the construction industry, which allows him to develop architecture that addresses each client’s strategic objectives. Some of his notable projects are the Guam Regional Medical City Hospital, Genesis Medical Center’s Bed Tower, Rex Heart & Vascular Hospital, and UNC Hospital’s Surgical Tower.
“Terence has over 20 years’ experience in design, planning, and construction, and we could not be more thrilled to have his industry knowledge as part of our team,” said Scott Butler, CEO of EYP. “I’m especially excited to see how his experience in healthcare design will continue to play a bigger role in enhancing our design expertise across the state of North Carolina.”
Prior to this role, McCabe was responsible for client relations and project team management as a principal in EYP’s Raleigh office. Before joining EYP, he was a project architect with Flad Architects, where he was responsible for project team management, consultant coordination, and construction administration.
“I’m most excited about my role at EYP because I get to work with the extremely talented people that make up our company, and for the opportunity to promote them outside the organization,” said McCabe. “Through promoting integrated design, applied research, and client engagement, I hope to achieve my goal of positioning EYP as North Carolina’s premiere architecture firm.”
McCabe received his Master of Architecture and Master of Business Administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Additionally, he is a registered architect in North Carolina with certifications in LEED AP, CSI Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Architectural Acoustics, and Building Conservation.