DANIEL J. PATO, AIA
128 York Street
Stratford, Connecticut 06615
t 203 377 8069
PROFILE: Licensed Architect experienced in high-end residential and small commercial projects. Strong designer and project manager skilled in all aspects of the architectural profession, from schematic
design through construction document production and
construction observation, including programming, site planning, zoning analysis, budget preparation, and bid negotiation.
Experienced in historic restoration projects, and familiar with
environmentally sustainable design/green building technologies.
2009-Present Daniel J. Pato, AIA Architect
Sole proprietor of a small design-orientated practice, providing a full-range of architectural services to homeowners, architects,
developers, and contractors. Projects have included a new urban church, a church parsonage, a commercial interior office
renovation, new custom and spec. homes, and a variety of
residential additions and alterations.
2004-2008 BD Design Group: Project Architect
Responsible for zoning, building code, and preliminary
construction budget analysis, schematic design, design
development, construction document production, bid negotiation and construction observation for a variety of high-end custom residential and historic restoration projects.
1995-1998 Peter Cadoux Architects: Project Manager
Supervised schematic design, design development, construction drawings, written specifications and construction observation for medium and large-scale high-end residential projects.
1994-1995 Partners Stoll and Stoll Architects: Design Associate
Responsible for construction document production, and
construction observation for a children‘s day care center, a senior day care facility and various residential additions and renovations.
1990-1994 Architect James C. Walden: Design Associate
Responsible for design development, presentation, construction document production, detailing and construction administration. Projects included an office building, a 54,000 sq. ft. office
industrial park complex, an assisted living residence, a perfume factory; a historic overlay mixed-use complex, a nine-unit
condominium, several small commercial projects and numerous residential renovations and additions.
EDUCATION: New York Institute of Technology
Bachelors of Architecture
· Best Spec Home in the $2-3 Million Price Range, Home Build-ers Association of Connecticut. Inc.
· Certificate of Appreciation, Habitat for Humanity
· The American Institute of Architects, Invited Exhibitor
Connecticut Annual Trade Show
· American Institute of Architects, Long Island Chapter Design Award
· American Institute of Architects Connecticut Chapter
· Stratford Transit Centered Development Steering Committee
· AutoCAD 2009
· Adobe Photoshop
· Microsoft Office