Middletown, CT – Ray Giolitto retired from Northeast Collaborative Architects (NCA) on April 30. Giolitto’s career with the firm spans over 28 years, encompassing the majority of his career.
Representatives of NCA say that, from the beginning of his partnership with Jeff Bianco in the early 1990s, Giolitto’s leadership of the firm directly resulted in many great projects, a generation of inspired architects, and clients who felt that they had been heard and understood.
His work included community/senior centers, public safety facilities, and religious and educational projects. Giolitto also worked extensively on correctional facility projects, and always directly addressed the challenges of the role of architecture in the improvement of the incarceration process.