The Raleigh Architecture Co. Hires A New Project Manager
February 23, 2015 § Leave a comment
Matthew Fornaro joins the design-build team.
The Raleigh Architecture Company (RACo) is a full-service, design-build-fabrication firm known for modern architecture and craftsman quality construction. The firm maintains both its office and shop under one roof in Raleigh’s downtown warehouse district.
Matt Fornaro studied at North Carolina State University’s Prague Institute in the Czech Republic in 2005 before receiving a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture degree from NCSU in 2006, graduating cum laude. He received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from NC State’s College of Design in 2008, again graduating cum laude.
Prior to joining RACo, Fornaro worked as an intern at Tonic Design + Tonic Construction in Raleigh (2005-2007) and at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture in Chicago and Beijing (2008-2009). From 2010 to 2015, he worked as a commercial landscaper with Enhance Scapes in Cary, a freelance carpenter, and a field carpenter for Alphin Design Build in Raleigh.
“Our paths all started with architectural training, but we each have distinctive skill sets we bring to the table,” said Johnston. “Matt is a builder and wants to be a builder. His focus, organization, and ability allow us the freedom as a company to consider new opportunities.”
In his spare time, Matt Fornaro is involved in his community, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County and the Wake County Public Schools system. He also enjoys branding cattle at Big Creek Ranch in Wyoming and serving as an assistant coach for youth and adult programs through The Allez Fencing Club.
For more information on The Raleigh Architecture Company, visit www.raleigh-architecture.com.