Tony McConnell




Tony McConnell, Senior Associate, joined Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 2006. His institutional work includes the renovation and expansion of The Hewitt School in Manhattan; Uncommon Charter High School and Achievement First Brooklyn High School in Brooklyn; the 750-seat Hoover Dining Hall at DePauw University; Dwight C. Schar Hall and the Steers Pavilion for the McEwen School of Communications at Elon University; two new residential colleges at Yale University; the LEED Platinum George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas; Schwarzman College, the residential and academic center for the Schwarzman Scholars at Tsinghua University; two projects at Villanova University including the 1,135-bed Lancaster Avenue student residences, and the new Performing Arts Center; and three projects at Marist College including the Natural Sciences & Allied Health Building, the 789-bed North Campus Housing project, and the Steel Plant Studios, the new home for the College's Fine Art and Fashion programs within a renovated and expanded historic industrial building.

Mr. McConnell's work for commercial clients includes One Water Street, the new headquarters for American Water on the Camden Waterfront in Camden, New Jersey; the LEED Platinum Five Crescent Drive, the new offices for GlaxoSmithKline, at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in Pennsylvania; and designs for two office buildings in Washington, DC. He also worked on the Ocean Course Golf Clubhouse in Kiawah, South Carolina.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. McConnell worked with Cornerstone Architects of Grand Rapids, Michigan where he contributed to the design of the Grand Rapids Children's Museum and the Fitzgerald, a former YMCA building converted into high-end condominiums in downtown Grand Rapids.

Mr. McConnell received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Notre Dame. He is a licensed architect in the State of New York.