John J. Cronin Jr., AIA
John Cronin is a licensed architect in Vermont, Maine, and Texas with over 30 years of professional experience in the business of architecture. He is a graduate of Wentworth Institute and the University of Massachusetts with degrees in Art and Architectural Engineering and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Boston Society of Architects, The Society for Marketing Professional Services, The Woodlands, Texas Chamber of Commerce, and the Congress of Residential Architecture.
His vast experience in working with a wide range of clients in a variety of building situations has given him a strong ability to create design solutions, which blend well with their surroundings. His designs for custom homes, builder prototypes, reproduction and renovated homes as well as his participation in the 1990 New American Home project in Atlanta, Georgia have won him recognition in numerous national and regional design competitions.
His recent work includes custom home designs and extensive residential renovations in suburban Boston, Portsmouth, NH, and rural Maine, as well as The Woodlands, Magnolia, and Bedias, Texas. He has also served as a judge for the FAME and BEST awards competitions in Miami, Florida sponsored by the Builders Association of South Florida; as a judge for the Professionalism Awards and OBIE awards programs in Atlanta, Georgia sponsored by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association; as a judge for the Tidewater Builders Association of Virginia Beach, Virginia; and as a judge for the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City, Missouri.