First established in 1972 as the architectural, engineering and planning partnership of Lombardi & Waldo, Companies, the current firm, Bernard J. Lombardi, architect and planner, continues offering quality architectural and planning services throughout the Northeast in:
The firm's sole proprietor, Bernard Lombardi, provides more than forty years of direct
architectural, planning and construction experience.
- community facilities
- building rehabilitation
- single and multifamily housing
- retail, industrial and office complexes
- sports, wellness and recreation facilities
- land and building development feasibility studies
Beginning his professional career, Bernie served with the New Haven, CT Redevelopment and Renewal Program. Professional assignments included Project Architect for the Dixwell Renewal program and later, Director of Urban Design for the citywide
redevelopment effort. He participated in development of several of the City?s moderate income and public senior housing projects.
In private practice since 1972, the firm has provided design and construction administration
services for over 1,000 units of single and multifamily housing and 50 retail, office and industrial
projects. Design specialties include mutual housing complexes utilizing Small Cities, CBDG,
HOME, Neighborhood Reinvestment and Federal Tax Credit Program (LIHTC). The firm also
has an in depth experience in marine recreation, mixed-use development, collegiate and
community sports and wellness centers.
Mr. Lombardi served on the Connecticut Resource Recovery Authority under Governors Thomas
Meskill and Ella Grasso, various county and local housing councils and municipal Planning,
Marina, Harbor Management, Housing Partnership and Economic Development Commissions.
Rhode Island School of Design, BS Architecture
University of New Haven, MBA
Graduate studies: * Hartford Graduate Center Environmental Economics.
* Harvard University Graduate Center, Marina Planning and Design.
Licensed Architect in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island (Emeritus),
Vermont, registered with the National Council of Architectural Boards (NCARB) and is a
member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)