Jimmy joined Payette as a Designer in 2013 after spending five years in other Boston firms specializing in healthcare architecture. While at Payette, he became a registered architect in 2015 and has been an important part of the success of projects at Dana-Farber, Penn State and Chelsea Soldiers’ Home, leading the project management on these projects. Jimmy understands the challenging aspects that confront technical healthcare and laboratory projects and brings a passion for attention to detail and well-rounded approach to all design issues.
M.Arch., 2010, Wentworth Institute of Technology
B.Arch., 2008, Wentworth Institute of Technology