Matthew FineoutDesign Leader
With more than 25 years’ experience as an architect, Matthew consistently demonstrates a dynamic ability to solve complex building issues via architecture and digital design. As our Pittsburgh Design Leader, he is focused on strengthening our firm’s ability to leverage design to help communities, businesses and institutions thrive. He has led key local projects like the Pittsburgh Gateway Subway Station and Esplanade, a 3 million sf mixed-use development master plan, while partnering with organizations including the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Port Authority of Allegheny County and Carnegie Mellon University.
Beyond his work in the Pittsburgh area, Matthew has also led designs for projects in Dubai and Turkey, master plans in Los Angeles and both a museum and airport in Mexico. He regularly presents on design topics, publishes research papers and offers guest lectures for universities across the country. His work is also frequently awarded with honors from the American Institute of Architects. In 2006, Matthew was a finalist for the Rome Prize from the American Academy of Rome, one of the most distinguished honors an architect can earn.