The Architect’s Corner will feature writings by Architects on topics relevant to our readers. I am pleased to announce that Mr. Matthew Barhydt has joined this blog, and will offer his insights and views on design, construction and project management.
Matthew Barhdyt, AIA, LEED AP
Principal, Acheson Doyle Partners Architects
Matthew Barhydt has over 27 years of experience across a wide range of new construction, historic rehabilitation, renovation and interior design projects. Mr. Barhydt’s work with Acheson Doyle Partners includes leading the firm’s effort for the design and construction of a new Retail Pavilion at Liberty Island; a multi-million dollar condominium conversion project, Miraval Living, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side; the design and construction of a new Chapel for the Archdiocese of New York; and the renovation of the food service facilities at Ellis Island. He oversees all of the firm’s work with the National Park Service, including the rehabilitation of the National Park Service’s Floyd Bennett Field 1930’s airport terminal building, and several smaller rehabilitation projects at Ft. Wadsworth on Staten Island; at Ft. Hancock in Sandy Hook, New Jersey; and at the National Historic Park Morristown Museum in New Jersey.