Timothy Boyland, R.A., AIA,
is a licensed architect with more than thirty-eight (38) years of experience, spanning four decades of professional practice. His expertise includes resilient building design, historic preservation, adaptive reuse, community revitalization and private land development, facilities planning, regulatory codes analysis, and post-disaster response and recovery.
Mr. Boyland is a fifth-generation Staten Islander and partner of the firm, Vengoechea + Boyland Architecture/Urban Planning, LLP (V+B), located near the iconic Staten Island Ferry in St George. The partnership is a city-certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), founded on a commitment to community and environment-conscious design. V+B is recognized for the ability to deliver complex projects, navigating layers of regulatory hurdles, in particular in New York City. Mr. Boyland and the firm have secured approvals for projects encompassing more than a million square feet of housing in the five boroughs of New York. V+B’s portfolio includes architectural designs for commercial, cultural and educational facilities, as well as neighborhood reconstruction, community master plans, urban design, and historic preservation.
Mr. Boyland has a longstanding history of active professional affiliations, advocacy, and service to the community having served on numerous non-profits, advisory panels, and task forces. In 2004, he was appointed to Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Lower Density Growth Management Task Force tasked with re-evaluating the City’s antiquated zoning regulations for Staten Island. Mr. Boyland served for several years as an elected officer, including the 2015 President, of the New York State Component of The American Institute of Architects (AIA), an organization of nearly 9,000 licensed professional and associate members around the State.