Michael J. Reagan
Michael Reagan is a Principal at Burt Hill, a 500 person architectural and engineering firm with offices in Boston, MA, Butler, PA, Cleveland, OH, Dubai, AE, Philadelphia, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, Washington, DC. Mr. Reagan has been practicing architecture since 1979 and specializes in programming, planning, and managing technically challenging and innovative projects. His career has particularly focused on academic and institutional teaching and research facilities for the sciences, mathematics, engineering and technology. His experience has included science teaching and research facilities at Allegheny College, Augustana College, Beloit College, Boston College, Bowdoin College, Bryn Mawr College, Dartmouth College, Davidson College, Gettysburg College, Haverford College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Illinois College, Kenyon College, Lafayette College, Lawrence University, Millikin University, Ursinus College and Western Reserve Academy. His experience also includes projects for Cornell University, Florida State University, Harvard Medical School, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University Chicago, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Miami University, Stanford University, Thomas Jefferson University, University of Chicago, University of North Carolina Asheville, University of North Carolina Greensboro, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Many of these projects include innovative teaching and research facilities that serve specific pedagogical goals.
Prior to joining Burt Hill, Mr. Reagan’s professional career has included positions with CRS Architects Houston, TX (1979 – 1980), Ellenzweig Associates, Cambridge, MA (1980 – 2000), and Westlake Reed Leskosky Architects, Cleveland, OH (2000 – 2002). Mr. Reagan has previously served as a member of the National Academy of Science National Research Council Committee on Design, Construction, and Renovation of Laboratory Facilities and was named a member of the Project Kaleidoscope Steering Committee for Facility Workshops in 1992. Mr. Reagan regularly serves as a PKAL consultant for science facility planning and regularly speaks at Tradeline Conferences Series on science and technology teaching and research facility planning and design.
Mr. Reagan received a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University, Ohio and completed advanced studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, England.