Richard Sullivan
Richard M. Sullivan
RA, LEED AP, GGP
Director of Architecture

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, New York Institute of Technology | 1985

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Sowinski Sullivan, PC | Director of Architecture | 1996 – Present

Boston Architectural College | Adjunct Professor | 2011 – 2014

Weintraub and di Domenico | Intern Architect – Partner | 1985 – 1996

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 

Registered Architect: NY, NJ, DC, FL, MD, VA

Member, NCARB

Member, Metropolitan Railway Club of NY

Member, Metropolitan Roamers of NY

Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation

QUALIFICATIONS

Rich Sullivan is the Director of Architecture for Sowinski Sullivan. He has planned, designed and/or managed improvements at over 300 transportation facilities in North America over the past 30 years ranging from above- and below-grade stations and signal and yard towers to control houses, shops, and welfare facilities.

With over 30 years of technical and design experience in public facility design, Rich provides creative architectural services to a broad spectrum of public clients throughout North America. Insightful programming, outstanding phased construction plans, sensitive historic preservation, thoughtful site design, and experience with community planning benefit many clients, which include Amtrak, the Port Authority of NY & NJ, New York City Transit, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NJ Transit, Metro-North Railroad, Connecticut DOT, the Long Island Railroad, NFTA, NYSDOT, CDTA, SEPTA, PATCO, BARTA, COLTS, PennDOT, WMATA, Sound Transit, and the Minneapolis Metropolitan Transportation Council.

Rich is especially cognizant of the issues associated with achieving compliance with the regulations promulgated in the International Building Code and NFPA as they relate to transportation facilities. He is recognized for his ability to understand and quantify issues that are related to building design and investigation, program sufficiency, and prioritization of budgets.