Michael Roeder, AIA
Senior Associate
39 Wall Street
Norwalk, Connecticut

Michael Roeder, a lifelong resident of New York City, studied at the School of Architecture of the City University of New York. Graduating in 1978 he was awarded the AIA Medal for Scholastic Achievement in Architecture. At City University, Mr. Roeder was a Teaching Assistant in Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design and Drafting. He has held a license to practice architecture from the State of New York since 1983.

Prior to joining Gill & Gill Architects, Mr. Roeder worked with Abraham Rothenberg Associates of Westport, Connecticut for more than twenty-five years. His primary responsibilities include training staff in Computer –Aided Design and Drafting and overseeing the production and coordination of Contract Documents.

He has played an important role as designer and project architect for many major projects, including; the additions and alterations to Temple Israel in Westport, CT; Memphis Uptown, a forty-story apartment building in New York City; The Sofia, a renovation of a twenty-six story condominium tower, also in New York City; the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library, Hewlett, Long Island; and the Congregational Church of Green’s Farms, Green’s Farms, CT.

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