is guided by William J Conklin
and Michael Costantin, and is a successor firm to Conklin Rossant
Architects, which was established in 1967.
William J Conklin, FAIA
Bill Conklin is senior principal in the firm of Conklin Costantin Architects, having formed the predecessor firm of Conklin Rossant in 1967.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from Doane College, and a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Bill has had a wide range of experience in the fields of architecture, planning and urban design.
In addition, he has served as President of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and as Vice Chairman of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
He has been a Research Associate of the Institute for Andean Studies, and an Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Historic Preservation at Columbia University.
Under Bill's guidance the firm has received more than fifty awards for their work in the fields of architectural design, urban design, and planning.
After returning to New York and establishing his own firm, working on diverse residential and retail projects, Michael joined with William Conklin to form the present firm, Conklin Costantin Architects LLP, and became involved in a variety of public and institutional projects, from numerous renovation works at Fordham University to the development of the MTA's new Public Board Room Facility.