Edward Z. (Peter) Wronsky, Jr. AIA
is the Principal of WRONSKY/ARCHITECT of North Palm Beach, Florida. His firm works on a variety of residential, institutional and commercial on projects ranging from 300 square foot additions to 5,000 square foot new structures. Established in 1985 in Southampton, New York, in 2001 Wronsky moved the practice to south Florida. Wronsky has a long involvement with the AIA serving at the national level on the Small Project Forum Advisory committee and as Chair in 2000. In 1996, he was Present of the AIA Long Island Chapter and served on the New York State Board of Directors 1997 – 1999. Currently, Wronsky is Present of the AIA/ Palm Beach chapter. He is an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Palm Beach Community College. Wronsky attended Princeton University and has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jose Rivera, Assoc.AIA, LEEDAP
Jose lives in Jacksonville and has a Masters in Architecture from the School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico. He is fully bilingual (English and Spanish) and is fluent in French. He has completed his NCARB-IDP ( required internship)and is in the process of taking the Architect Registration Exam. He is proud to be part of “a professional group that thrives on working smart, hard and passionately to create a better world today “
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