About | Team | Leadership | Tina Mesiti-Céas, AIA LEED Green Assoc.
Leadership Tina Mesiti-Céas, AIA LEED Green Assoc.Executive Principal

    An award-winning designer, Tina has nearly 20 years of experience in the design of educational, corporate, institutional, and mixed-use public and private facilities. Collaborators and colleagues alike recognize her innate ability to translate clients’ ideas and wishes into exceptional projects and for providing knowledge-based solutions that inspire and improve daily life.

    Tina oversees project development, ensures design quality, and works collaboratively to support an integrated design approach throughout programming, conceptual design, and design development. Tina is also integral in firm-wide management, marketing, and strategic planning.

    Her portfolio features multiple award-winning projects for which she provided design leadership, including Pioneer Bank’s Downtown Albany Branch Renovation, Merit Design Award; Albany High School Redesign, Citation Design Award; Cohoes City School District’s Additions and Renovations, Honor Design Award; and Malone Central School District’s Capital Improvements, Honor Design Award. Each of these awards were granted by the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

    Tina is the president-elect of the American Institute of Architects, Eastern New York region (AIAENY) and a member of the Society for College and University Planning and the United States Green Building Council. She is also a former secretary for the New York Chapter of The Council of Educational Facilities Planners International and a past design studio critic for Hudson Valley Community College and the New York Institute of Technology.

    She is a graduate of the Leadership Tech Valley Class of 2014. She earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology and is a registered architect in New York State.

    Amidst all of her professional commitments, Tina is a mother of two young children and is actively involved in their schools. With family living abroad, she spends as much time as she can in France, providing worldly inspiration to her local projects.