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verb \kə- ‘la-bə – ə -.rāt\intransitive verb

~to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.

~to cooperate with an agency or instrumentality with which one is not immediately connected.

1730 S. Amphlett Boulevard, Suite 225 | San Mateo, CA 94402 | 650-340-1221


We collaborate with our clients, consultants and colleagues.


We advocate for the public, our clients, and the profession of Architecture.


We research in support of design. We believe that the best designs are discovered.


We educate our clients, the community, our profession, …and ourselves.


We make sustainability an integral a part of our practice.

Andrew has several years of experience in School Facilities. Andrew has special expertise in development of construction documents and project management. He has been responsible for over $20M of construction documentation and administration for Bartos Architecture. Andrew also leads our AutoCad Standards implementation.

From 2009-2013 as Architect and Construction Manger, Andrew oversaw the modernization of Metropolitan Education Districts Silicon Valley Career Tech campus. Six separate class buildings plus the ground up construction of a Fire Training Tower were part of the 15 million dollars of State funded Career Tech campus improvements. In addition to the Career Tech projects additional campus projects include: sanitary sewer replacement and a natural gas distribution network. These and other various deferred maintenance and or capital improvements were coordinated and executed concurrently with the Campus modernization work. Specific to the Career Tech program, Andrew worked carefully with the teachers to finalize classroom spaces to coordinate with specialized equipment and specific programmatic needs for the various Career Tech Labs: Automotive Repair, Dentistry, Nursing, Veterinary Science are some examples. DSA approvals, Public Bid coordination, and DSA Closeout were included in Andrew’s Construction Administration roll.


Over 13 years of architectural experience.

2009 – Present: Senior Project Manager, Bartos Architecture

2008 – 2009: Self Employment |

San Francisco, California

 • Residential design and construction.

 • Construction administration.

 • Graphic Design

2008 – 2009: Project Manager, Fink Architecture | San Francisco, California  Residential and Commercial Projects.

Construction Administration and Permitting.

2007 – 2008: Project Manager, Gould Evans Baum Thornley | San Francisco, California

Residential and Commercial Projects Construction Administration and Permitting.

2006–2007: Architectural Designer,
5+Design | Hollywood, California

International Mixed-use Projects.

Residential, Hospitality, and Commercial.

2005–2006: Architectural Designer,
Jerde Partnership | Venice, California.

Large scale international retail projects.

2004: Engineering Assistant,
CTW Engineers | Santa Monica, California

Structural drawings for commercial/residential.

Andrew Todd, Architect


• California, Architect License No. 32707


• Master of Architecture, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc),
Los Angeles | 2005

• March Candidate, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, California | 2002

• Bachelor of Fine Arts, Kenyon College,
Gambier, Ohio | 1990



• Southern California Inst. of Architecture: Interactive Architecture Lab | 2005


• Graduate Presidential Fellowship, Cal Poly State University, Pomona | 2002.

• D.L.F. Design Lighting Award | 2002

• L.T. Shanks Travel Fellowship, Japan | 2001

• Thesis with Honors, Kenyon College | 1990

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