Richard Yeager, AIA
Mr. Yeager, AIA, has 25 years of professional experience working as an architect or an administrator for University campuses. He has contributed or managed an extensive number of academic projects, providing a wide array of support; including design, master planning and project management.
He is currently the Assistant Director of Planning and Design at Boston College and leads a design staff that oversees Boston College's physical campus of over 120 buildings. He is responsible for all Annual Capital projects on campus as well as plays a critical role in the Major projects, including architect selection and design oversight. He also played an integral role with the development of BC's Comprehensive Master Plan and the development of the Brighton Campus.
In 2007, Mr. Yeager was appointed to be a Commissioner with the Boston Landmarks Commission for the City of Boston; the official agency responsible for the stewardship of Boston's historic buildings, places and neighborhoods. Last year, he was appointed to be a Board Member with the Brighton Allston Historical Society.
He has been a member of SCUP for over fifteen years, and has presented at numerous conferences in the past. In 2008 he was selected to the Association of University Architects, and co-hosted their National Conference in 2013.
Mr. Yeager majored in architecture at the University of Virginia and received his Masters of Architecture at Yale University. He currently also teaches at the Boston Architectural College.