About Strada

Strada means “street” in Italian. Streets matter to us. They’re the fundamental infrastructure of our cities and the core of our civic lives. They’re the connections between buildings, people, and public spaces. This is why we’re so inspired by them and it’s a shared commitment to these values that brought our principals together. Just as people mingle on city streets, our office is a place where we freely exchange ideas, challenging and inspiring one another to create exceptional work.

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Strada names Sean Beasley as next Principal

01.2017

As Strada’s projects continue to multiply and flourish, its leadership is expanding and adapting. We are delighted to announce that the firm’s newest partner is Sean Beasley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, a talented architect with experience on a range of building types. Sean’s expertise covers residential, commercial, educational, and hospitality projects, but he is particularly ...

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Strada names Sean Beasley as next Principal

01.2017Firm news, People
By Street Talk Editor

As Strada’s projects continue to multiply and flourish, its leadership is expanding and adapting. We are delighted to announce that the firm’s newest partner is Sean Beasley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, a talented architect with experience on a range of building types. Sean’s expertise covers residential, commercial, educational, and hospitality projects, but he is particularly skilled with adaptive reuse and historic preservation work. He burnished his reputation while spearheading the nationally-recognized Market Square Place project, and has continued to excel through the renovation of a number of historic buildings to create residences, hotels, offices, and educational spaces. As a Principal, he will continue to deliver great architecture while keeping Strada at the top of its game on the adaptive reuse and historic preservation fronts.

Currently, Sean is leading projects for Shadyside Academy, Distrikt Hotel, and Moxie USA, and is contributing his expertise to renovation and new construction projects throughout the office. Sean has been part of Strada since 2003.

Sean climbing on the historic Motor Square Garden dome for assessment

Climbing on the historic Motor Square Garden dome for assessment in 2012

Sean with John Martine in our former space in the Ewart Building

Sean with John Martine in our former space in the Ewart Building

Strada trailblazers, moving on

01.2017Firm news, People
By Street Talk Editor

As 2016 draws to a conclusion, Strada bids adieu to three celebrated members of the firm: Principal Robert (Mac) McCauley, Principal Michael Stern, and Associate Ray McCaughey. After more than 45 years of practicing the art and business of architecture and 31 years as a design principal, Robert (Mac) McCauley is retiring. As a Principal ...
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A fresh patch on Lawrenceville’s collage

12.2016Building, Places
By Street Talk Editor

Arsenal 201 is not the first development slated to transform a former industrial site in Pittsburgh. It won’t be the first exciting new place to live in Lawrenceville, and it’s not the first mixed-use project to offer a staggering list of amenities and communal spaces. So how will it capture our attention? Rob Dower, the ...
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