A principal of EDG Architects since 1974, Mr. Tucker has been responsible for the design and production of projects ranging from single family residences and small group homes to large commercial and multi-family residential complexes. Mr. Tucker is a recognized expert in the programming, design and production of multi-family, elderly cohousing and special user housing with an extensive portfolio of successful projects. His knowledge of real estate development also enables him to assist clients with site procurement, feasibility studies, financing, and development coordination.
Prior to 1974, Mr. Tucker was associated with several prominent architectural firms in Philadelphia and San Francisco. He received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the University of New Mexico in 1968 and was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Urban Design at the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a Masters Degree in Architecture in 1970.
In addition, Mr. Tucker has taught Architecture at Temple University, lectured at numerous conferences and written articles on affordable housing and elderly housing design. He is a principal of AHD, Inc., a developer of affordable housing.
Mr. Tucker is an experienced architect and developer and is thoroughly familiar with activities required to bring a project successfully from conception to completion.