- Andrew T. Zalewski, AIA
- John J. Cronin Jr., AIA
- Claude H. Miquelle (1925-2016)
- James A. Zegowitz
- George J. Porter III
- Warren Putnam
- Angela Addonizio; M.Ed.
Claude H. Miquelle (1925-2016)
Claude Miquelle practiced architecture from 1950 until his death in 2016. He was a civic leader in the New England area throughout most of his life. He attended Williston-Northampton School and Tufts University. The firm he founded, Claude Miquelle Associates, received over 28 national design awards and Claude was named by BUILDER magazine as "one of six of the housing industry's most influential architects."
Claude was a recipient of the Builders Association of Greater Boston "Distinguished Achievement Award". He had the honor of designing the 1990 New American Home, a showcase house for the '90's sponsored by BUILDER magazine.
Claude served as senior advisor to The MZO GROUP and is missed by all who had the privilege of knowing and working with him.