Partner & Managing Principal at Hart Howerton
As Partner & Managing Principal of Hart Howerton, Tim directly engages clients in planning and designing market-driven solutions that produce outstanding business results. His leadership of design teams has guided the implementation of projects in more than twenty countries across four continents. Tim's commitment to understanding how conditions in the built environment drive a health and wellness-based design paradigm guides his professional efforts. He continues to lead the firm's sponsored research at the University of Virginia's Center for Design & Health; he is an active contributor to ULI's Building Healthy Places Initiative; he was a Working Group Member for the International WELL Building Institute's WELL "Community Standard;" he is an Advisory Board Member for Cornell University's Institute for Healthy Futures; and, was an appointed member of IWBI's WELL Advisory for their Hotel & Resort Health-Safety Rating. He is Vice Chair of ULI's Global Exchange Council, was an inaugural ULI Health Leaders Network Fellow, and participates regularly in ULI panel discussions. Tim has served as a guest critic at Kent State University's architecture program in Florence, Italy; he worked as a course aide at the University of Pennsylvania; and he was a teaching assistant at the University of Notre Dame. Tim has lectured at the University of Virginia & the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art. His work has been published & exhibited internationally.