T.Y. Lin International Announces Herbert Guenther, AIA, NCARB, as New Architectural Group Leader for Upstate New York
T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces the addition of Herbert Guenther, AIA, NCARB, as Architectural Group Leader for the firm’s Upstate New York operations. In his new role, Guenther will develop staff, manage projects, and create business development opportunities in the regional markets served by TYLI’s Rochester and Buffalo offices.
Guenther’s career spans more than 28 years and includes the management and design of corporate, institutional, commercial, and medical facilities projects for public and private clients. His experience encompasses design development, schematic design, code review, and construction administration for building renovation, historic preservation, and new construction assignments. Guenther has served in key roles on projects valued up to $19 million.
“Herb’s enthusiasm and energy will be a huge asset as he mentors our younger staff,” said Robert Radley, P.E., TYLI Senior Vice President and East Region Director. “His passion and experience working repeatedly with such clients as the Rochester Housing Authority, Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority, Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, City of Buffalo, and General Motors will help propel our Architectural Group into its next phase.”
Guenther is a consulting industry veteran who has worked with both large and small firms and for 13 years at his own private architectural firm. His experience over the past eight years includes serving as the Western New York Buildings Group Manager for an international firm.
Licensed in New York State, Guenther serves his clients with a balanced, consistent and forthright approach. He is committed to creating solutions to meet client needs and perseveres with a positive attitude through project challenges. Guenther earned his Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Professional Studies - Architecture degrees from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo. He is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the American Institute of Architects, and Green Globes Professional.