Andrew Cronin excels at the digital aspects of design as well as prototyping and systems integration.

With more than ten years of experience as an architect, he has specialized in renovation projects including the renewal of Lowell House at Harvard University and Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges at Yale University. He has also served as Project Architect for the Center for Building Energy Science and Engineering, a former recreation facility at the Philadelphia Naval Yard that has undergone a transformative renovation as part of the Consortium for Building Energy Innovation. He has also guided work on Congregation Rodeph Shalom, a historic synagogue in Philadelphia that is expanding to accommodate its growing congregation.  
 
Andrew brings his expertise in digital design to his leadership of a group dedicated to Building Information Modeling (BIM) at KieranTimberlake. He also teaches in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design at Drexel University.