Conrad is a founding principal at Oudens Ello Architecture, where he has led numerous successful commercial, cultural and academic projects. Among his recent work, the rehabilitation and expansion of a historic US Marine Hospital in Vineyard Haven, MA as the new home of the Martha’s Vineyard Museum received two preservation awards from Preservation Massachusetts, and the renovation and expansion of the Scituate Town Library, a 32,000 square foot public library for the Town of Scituate, Massachusetts, received a Merit Award from AIA New England. Demonstrating a commitment to green building, his projects for the West Tisbury Free Public Library in West Tisbury, Massachusetts and the Dartmouth Public Library in Dartmouth, Massachusetts were both awarded LEED Gold ratings by the US Green Building Council. Among Conrad’s current and recent responsibilities, he is lead principal for the Belmont Public Library, a new 42,000 SF net-zero energy library facility in Belmont, MA; a new, 10,000 SF net-zero energy Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center for NOAA and the Town of Provincetown, MA; the renovation and expansion of the Faneuil Branch of the Boston Public Library in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, MA; and the “Visionary Redesign” study for the renovation of the 40,000 SF Fletcher Free Library, the City of Burlington’s main public library.
Prior to co-founding Oudens Ello Architecture in 2007, Conrad was a Senior Associate and Vice President with Machado Silvetti, co-managing office operations for the firm and directing award-winning projects including the Getty Villa, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Mint Museum of Art and the Mystic Seaport Museum.
EDUCATION / CREDENTIALS
University of Virginia | B.S. Architecture
Harvard University | Master in Architecture
Registered Architect: MA, NY, ME, CT, NC, AL
LEED Accredited Professional