Eric Weyant Joins Amenta Emma Boston As Principal

Amenta Emma Architects is excited to announce the addition of Eric Weyant as principal in its Boston office. Weyant will be responsible for developing and supporting Amenta Emma’s relationships within Boston and the broader New England market.

Weyant’s history as a recognized design leader has focused on mixed-use/multi-family, commercial workplace and lab, student residences, and hospitality projects, all of which support the firm’s key market sectors of academic, commercial, senior living, multi-family residential and workplace design. He has led the design of significant projects for Boston Properties, Bozzuto, The Bulfinch Companies, Gerding Edlen (now The Green Cities Company), MSCBA, and Skanska in his past role as principal with Stantec.

The announcement was made by Anthony Amenta, AIA, founding partner, and Beth Pearcy, AIA, CPHC, LEED AP BD+C, Boston Studio Director. “We are very excited to announce Eric’s arrival at Amenta Emma’s Boston office. His proven performance as a respected leader, thoughtful designer, and dedicated client advocate aligns with our core values. Eric’s substantial experience with permitting large Boston projects and his portfolio of multi-family and core and shell commercial projects will enhance our capabilities locally and beyond,” said Amenta.

Weyant, and Pearcy, along with Amenta and the growing Boston team, will support existing and future projects within the firm’s market sectors and embrace regional leadership roles in the Boston area.

Weyant graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University. Throughout his career, Weyant consistently has looked for opportunities to mentor and educate young associates, recently leading the Architecture Teaching Firm in Residence program and teaching numerous design studios as an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University and Wentworth Institute of Technology.

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