Hal March has been a practicing architect for nearly 30 years and has an impressive portfolio. He ran an independent design practice for ten years before joining Fine Associates, while also consulting for major architecture and interior design firms. His private work has included design and development of numerous custom homes, townhouse/condominiums, historic home restorations and condominium loft conversions. As an ongoing consultant with J/Brice Design International, his concentration was major hospitality renovation projects at such locations as the Helmsley Hotel in New York; Marriott Hotels in Washington, D.C. and Newport, R.I.; the Hyatt Regency in Tampa; and Sheraton Hotels in Reston, VA, and Smithtown, Long Island, the latter the winner of Sheraton's Project of the Year for outstanding interior design. Other consultant work has included the 70,000 sf Labossiere Landing Shopping Plaza in Killingly, CT, the Oxford (ME) Public Safety Building, and light industrial sites.
His extensive experience includes management of projects from design through construction administration and incorporation of LEED sustainability and responsive environmental design.
Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. March worked at Techler Design Group on private residences and the D Street Loft Condominium conversion, at Cannon Architects on the Northeastern University Library Building and the Massachusetts Information Technology Center, and at Elkus/Manfredi on the Central Artery Administration Building. His other project work included Glen Eagles Resort Hotel in Lake Placid, Hope Island Hotel Resort Complex in Sydney, Australia, and Tudor Place Condominiums in Boston which won an Affordable Housing Award.
Mr. March is a 1977 graduate of Miami University in Ohio (BArch) and completed post-graduate studies at the Architectural Association in London. He was a professor/lecturer in Northeastern University’s Architecture Department on 2D and 3D CAD Design during 1990-1991.