Columbia University, Master of Architecture, 1982
University of Cincinnati, Bachelor of Architecture, 1977

Thomas Levering directs the planning and design of large-scale academic, corporate, government, and healthcare facilities. Currently he is the associate partner-in-charge of a three-part project at Yale University that includes the restoration and renovation of Paul Rudolph's Art and Architecture Building; the design of an addition to the building that will house the History of Art Department; and the expansion of the Arts Library within the combined buildings. He is also overseeing the United States Mission to the United Nations in New York City and the Burchfield-Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College in Buffalo, NY.

Among his recently completed projects are the Campus Center and Academic Building at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, NJ; the Administration and Admissions Building at the State University of New York at Albany; and the Tangeman University Center at the University of Cincinnati. Mr. Levering was in charge of three academic buildings for Cornell University as well as the Institute for Human Performance, Rehabilitation and Biomedical Research at the State University of New York at Syracuse. He was also the design leader for the Lutheran Center in Baltimore, MD.

Mr. Levering's interior design and renovation experience includes the Pediatric Oncology Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital and the design of a corporate dining facility addition and conference center for Pepsico's corporate headquarters in Purchase, NY. A registered architect, Mr. Levering is a member of the AIA and NCARB. He joined Gwathmey Siegel in 1984 and became an associate partner in 2000.