San Francisco, CA—Tom Eliot Fisch is pleased to announce Paul Cooper, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm as associate principal, announced Doug Tom, FAIA. Cooper has 19 years of experience in the design and construction of a variety of project types, ranging from community centers and libraries to laboratories and academic facilities to corporate offices and retail centers.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a Senior Associate and Senior Project Manager with Field Paoli in San Francisco, where his projects included the award-winning new Almaden Community Center and Library in San Jose and George Sim Community Center in Sacramento; and the Bookstore Renovation and Expansion and Temporary Bookstore at UC Davis.
His current projects with Tom Eliot Fisch include programming for the Bay Area Headquarters Authority’s 390 Main Street Office Building, the renovation of the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, and improvements to the PG&E Mission Substation in San Francisco.
A registered architect, Cooper is also a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the California Park and Recreation Society. He has served on the board of directors of The Little School in San Francisco and is currently a member of the board of directors of the Forest Hill Association. He received his bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Oregon.
About Tom Eliot Fisch
Established in 1997, Tom Eliot Fisch is an architecture and interior design practice based in San Francisco, serving clients throughout the Bay Area and California. The firm’s diverse portfolio, distinguished by local, state, and national awards, encompasses projects for the education, civic/government, healthcare, housing, commercial, and corporate markets. Tom Eliot Fisch is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council. Through authentic collaboration and a commitment to craftsmanship, performance, value, and sustainability, the firm’s staff of 25 creates enduring places where people come together to share ideas and build community.