With a wide range of certifications and projects, Terence “Terry” Oden has garnered numerous awards for his efforts, including publication of his photography and various journal articles. Recent honors include the AIA architectural photography competition judges’ special commendation award; a USGBC Silver LEED certification for Citizenship and Immigration Services, Monroeville, PA; a USGBC Silver LEED certification for Chatham Eastside (interiors) and an MBA building excellence award for the Sarah Heinz House. Currently he works with residential and commerical construction, renovation and neighborhood planning; recent and ongoing projects include the 2500 Smallman St. condos; the Doughboy Square and the Squareview apartment complexes; the Carrick master plan neighborhood renovation, which includes an award-winning farmer’s market and streetscape layout; and in West Virginia, the planning of the Brook Hills master plan.
From the beginning of his career, Terry has exhibited talent and ambition, graduating Cum Laude with a BS in Architecture with Distinction from The Ohio State University, earning a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and being selected as an honorary Frank Lloyd Wright Fellow. He holds architectural licenses in Ohio and Pennsylvania, is a LEED accredited professional and a certified Construction Document Technologist (CDT). He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Chatham University in Pittsburgh and Kent State University in Ohio.
Terry enjoys photography, running marathons and has traveled to all 50 US states except for Hawaii, where he’s holding out for that special moment.