Nigel P. Marsh, RIBA, ARB, Assoc. AIA
Nigel's received his formal architectural education at the Kingston School of Architecture in England. He is registered with the Architects Registration Board of the United Kingdom, and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is an Associate Member of the AIA in the USA.

Before moving to the US, Nigel gained extensive experience in construction detailing and project management. He was associated with the firm of Ken Martin & Associates for the restoration / renovation of the National Museums & Galleries Conservation Center, on Merseyside, near London.

He next worked in New York, with the firm of Harman Jablin, as Project Architect for the renovation of the Mercer Hotel, the conversion of 100 Vandam Street and commercial interiors renovations at 1372 Broadway and 3 Lincoln Center.

Nigel joined CWA in 1993. He was responsible for production of commercial renovation and corporate projects for: 19 Old Kings Highway and One Atlantic Street. He directed the historic restoration of the Holly Houses and Redman's Hall in Stamford. He also produced the design, detailing and construction management, for the award winning Malloy House and numerous new buildings for the Country Club of Darien. He has managed all the CWA projects at the Cuisinart Resort and Spa in Anguilla for some 15 years.

He has been responsible for a number of large senior and affordable housing projects located throughout the tri-state region. Those include: Rippowam Park, Wharfside Commons, Meadowbrook 1 and 2, and Ashburton Avenue - Site B.

Nigel was named a Partner in 2006.

ARB - Architects Registration Board of the United Kingdom

Experience 28 Years

AIA Design Award, Malloy House
AIA Design Award, Rippowam Park Apartments
Lovell Memorial Scholarship, Candidate, 1983
Graduated with honors, Kingston School of Architecture


Royal Institute of British Architects
AIA - American Institute of Architects
AIA CT Chapter

Diploma of Architecture, Kingston School of Architecture, 1984
Bachelor of Arts, Kingston School of Architecture, 1981