Project Architect – Ames & Whitaker Architects, P.C.

B. Arch. – Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute – 1976
B. Bldg. Sciences – Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute – 1976

State of Connecticut   –      #3500
LEED Accredited Professional

A.I.A./CT (Co-Chair Building Performance & Regulations Committee)
American Institute of Architects
The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation
Construction Institute
Board of Directors Museum of Connecticut Glass
Vintage Radio and Communications of CT


Alan Lagocki, AIA, LEED AP


Mr. Lagocki joined Ames and Whitaker in 2004 and became a partner in 2008.

He has actively worked on projects for corporate clients and religious institutions. Since joining Ames & Whitaker, Mr. Lagocki has been Project Architect for a number of varied building types. These include a large automobile dealership, an addition and HDCP renovation to a Congregational Church, a new day care center in Naugatuck, a shopping plaza in Shelton, a new Senior Center for the Town of Woodbury, a new Town Office Building for Warren CT, and the historic renovation of the Naugatuck Railroad Station.

Prior to joining Ames & Whitaker, Mr. Lagocki was a principal in a firm that designed a wide variety of projects serving clients in the private, public, municipal and religious sectors. These projects ranged from a multi-million dollar assisted living facility to commercial and multi-family housing developments, and included therapeutic and recreational facilities.

Mr. Lagocki’s experience covers diverse aspects of the architectural profession encompassing programming, master planning, site and building design, code review and contract administration.

Mr. Lagocki’s service in the Building Performance & Regulations Commission dates from 1982, and he has been co-chair since 2000. He is also an advisor to The Museum of Connecticut Glass located in Coventry, CT.

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