2014 Honoree: Ted A. Hyman


Image of Ted Hyman at Honored Alumni Ceremony 2014Ted A. Hyman is the 2014 Honored Alumnus from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Hyman earned his bachelor’s degree in architecture in 1979.

He is a Fellow with the American Institute of Architects and the managing partner of ZGF Architects LLP. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he has a passion for developing strategies for the integration of sustainable systems, materials and technology and has worked on some of the greenest buildings in the United States, with LEED-Platinum ratings and net-zero energy footprints. Hyman is also the proud designer of the Warren J. Baker Center for Science & Mathematics on the Cal Poly campus.

Featured interview with Ted Hyman via Connections here.

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