CBT is Proud to Announce the Promotion of Dave Madson and Phil Casey to Principal
“CBT’s greatest strength is the skill and talent of its staff,” said Richard J. Bertman, FAIA, LEED AP, a founding principal of CBT. “These promotions recognize key individuals who have made significant contributions to the growth and success of the firm and will act as leaders for its future.”
David Madson, LEED AP has been with the firm since 1997 and has played a key role in the expansion of our Workplace Design Group, creating cutting edge office spaces that reflect today’s trends of collaboration and flexibility. Dave has over 20 years of architectural and interior design experience in workplace interiors, mixed-use commercial and multi-family residential projects. He has a deep understanding of client service which has led to long-standing relationships and multiple projects for the firm. With current clients such as Shawmut, WeWork, Lookout, and Analysis Group, Dave brings a fresh perspective and innovative design solutions that enhances their core business and ability to work efficiently. He is a visiting thesis advisor at the Boston Architectural College and New England School of Art and Design and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.
Philip Casey, AIA, LEED AP has been with CBT since 2004 and has over 20 years of professional experience as a Senior Project Manager leading a wide range of projects with specialization in large scale multi-family residential and commercial mixed-use developments, such as the 1.2 million SF Atlantic Wharf Project, Boston’s first LEED platinum certified sky-scraper. Phil is leading the firm’s most complex large scale mixed-use residential projects currently on the rise in Boston including the 30-story AVA Theater District project, the 38-story Avalon North Station Tower as well as two new Seaport District developments: 121 Seaport Boulevard and Waterside Place 2. Phil is an active supporter of the United Way and the Citizen’s School. Phil holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University.