Henry Schadler

Mr. Schadler attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, receiving a Bachelor of Architecture Degree in 1957. Upon completion of his military service, Mr. Schadler entered employment as an architect for the state of New York, participating in hospital and judicial design. He subsequently joined the firm of Russell, Gibson and Von Dohlen Architects as a project architect designing numerous schools throughout Connecticut. In 1972, Mr. Schadler founded the firm of Henry Schadler Associates, PC for the practice of architecture. Over the years, he has been responsible for the design and coordination of many of the firm’s major projects, including numerous residential, educational and institutional facilities.

Experience

  • Henry Schadler Associates, PC Architect / Principal Farmington, Connecticut 1972 to Present
  • Russell, Gibson and Von Dohlen Project Architect Farmington, Connecticut 1963 – 1972
  • State of New York – Division of Architecture Assistant Architect Albany, New York 1958 – 1962

Education

  • Pratt Institute Bachelor of Architecture – 1957 Brooklyn, New York

Mr. Schadler is a registered Architect in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and the Society of American Registered Architects.