Sean Beasley has more than twenty years of experience in architectural design, production, and project management. His background includes residential, commercial, educational, office, and urban design.
Sean’s talents shine on adaptive reuse and historic preservation work. He has been the architect for award-winning projects such as Market Square Place, a mixed-use renovation that became a catalyst for other downtown successes, and the preservation of the original Dollar Bank, an ongoing project intended to maintain a gem of Pittsburgh’s Fourth Avenue Historic District. For additional proof of Sean’s design acumen, see the crisp new apartments in the former Schenley High School, or the Distrikt Hotel in the Salvation Army Building along with restaurant Or, The Whale.
Sean is also no stranger to new construction, having served as project manager or designer for the Bridgeside II Laboratory Center, the Public Safety Building at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Blackbird Lofts, a mixed-use building in Lawrenceville.
Sean earned his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Miami. These days, his schedule stays full between family and work, but he still finds moments to shop online for new shoes and old wine.