George Takoudes joins Goody Clancy as Principal and Science & Technology Practice Leader
Goody Clancy is thrilled to welcome George Takoudes, AIA, LEED AP, to our firm as a Principal and Science & Technology Practice Leader.
“We are truly delighted to have George Takoudes join us at Goody Clancy” said firm President David Spillane. “His strengths as a strategic thinker and advisor will deepen our capabilities in serving our education clients in the sciences, engineering, and medicine. In this moment of disruptive change in higher education, these skills are especially important.”
An accomplished architect and planner, George brings 25 years of experience leading award-winning academic research and health science projects for institutional clients including Tufts University/Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, MIT, and Brown University. He has published and lectured on strategic planning, approaches to collaborative design, and principles of professionalism. He has served on advisory boards for the Boston Society of Architects, Harvard University, Columbia University, and The Hotchkiss School.
“I have known George for a long time and look forward to working closely with him,” said principal Roger Goldstein, FAIA. “He has an outstanding professional background with leading firms and we share a passion for creating places that support science teaching and research.”
George received his B.A. from Columbia College and his Master of Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is a past recipient of the National AIA Young Architect Award as well as the Alpha Rho Chi Medal for Leadership from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.