Known throughout the industry for his dynamic personal style, Peter also contributes his time and expertise to a variety of civic organizations.
Peter N. Stevens, LEED AP is the president of JCJ Architecture and is responsible for managing the "Business of Architecture." His focus is on JCJ's overall financial strength and growth, including the development of new business and market strategies that align with the firm’s long-term vision and goals. With a unique professional background that combines 34 years of experience with national design firms, his focus is in predesign planning, project development and client management. Peter is among a small number of non-architects to hold a similar leadership position in a major U.S. architectural practice. As a testament to his breadth of knowledge and skill in building consensus, Peter’s efforts have led to public endorsement of significant governmental, municipal, institutional and educational projects as well as the advancement of large-scale hospitality, entertainment and mixed use developments.
Known throughout the industry for his dynamic personal style, Peter also contributes his time and expertise to a variety of civic organizations. Since 2005 he has served as Chairman of the City of Hartford’s Pension Commission, he is on the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Convention and Sports Bureau, is Chair of the Board of Trustees of The Children’s Museum of West Hartford, and is on the Board of Governors for the University of Hartford’s College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture. His dedication to his hometown–the City of Hartford–has been a launching point for his national involvement with members of the A/E/C and wider business community on the design and development of projects that serve people, families, institutions and communities.
Peter received his Bachelor’s degree from Bates College and Master’s Degree from SUNY Albany. He has been a member of the JCJ team since 1988.