ANTHONY PORTILLO, RA, LEED AP

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Mr. Portillo consulting on-site for the Build it Back program; a recovery program for homes destroyed during Hurricane Sandy.    

Mr. Portillo consulting on-site for the Build it Back program; a recovery program for homes destroyed during Hurricane Sandy.    

Anthony has been working in the field of design and construction for over 20 years.  His experience began in high-end construction and architecture as a teenager, and he quickly advanced to a construction management position.  He worked as a construction manager throughout his architecture degree studies. 

After earning a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Buffalo, Anthony worked with a variety of architecture firms from Long Island to Manhattan under award winning, publicized architects within varying aspects of the discipline.  His experience has been focused on high-end residential, residential interiors, small commercial, and facade reconstruction on multi-story buildings.

Anthony has also focused on energy conservation and sustainable architecture.  In addition to being a licensed architect, he holds a variety of energy certifications.  Anthony is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional, Certified ABAA (Air Barrier Association of America) Auditor and BPI (Building Performance Institute) Certified.

Later in his career, Anthony worked as a project manager for multiple state and federal funded programs.  Some of the larger programs included the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and the Build It Back (BIB) Program.  WAP was a Department of Energy Program that provided weatherization to low income buildings throughout New York State.  The BIB Program is a state funded program assisting with reconstruction, rehabilitation, and lifting efforts of residential homes affected by Hurricane Sandy.  

Anthony achieved his architecture license in New York state in 2014 and established AMP Architecture in February 2015.  He received his architecture license in Texas in 2016.