Ed began his pursuit of a career in Architecture by attending Miami University in Oxford, Ohio on a National Merit Special Scholarship and graduating with a Bachelor of Environmental Design Degree in 1976. While at Miami, he was elected treasurer for the Student Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and served as chairman of "Slant City", a campus wide event celebrating the senses, with exhibits, music, demonstrations of various arts and crafts, and the temporary environment which was created for the event.
Mr. Elliott gained experience working for various architects in Northern Westchester, and when the economy was in poor shape after graduating college found a way to put his training to work for a local toy store chain as an assistant manager specializing in new store planning and layouts.
Ed Elliott is a Registered Architect in the State of New York and has received his National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Certificate. Mr. Elliott has recently become a LEED AP and his firm is a member of the US Green Building Council. Ed developed his diverse practice to cater to the special needs of his clients. Mr. Elliott is listed in Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, and Who's Who Among Young American Professionals.
Mr. Elliott has served on a number of committees in the Yorktown & Pleasantville Communities; including the Advisory Board for Architecture and Community Appearance. Ed has been an active member of the Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Over the years, he has served on several committees, as chairman of the Internship & the Education Committees, on the Board of Directors, and held the office of Secretary. He is the treasurer and a past president of the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce.
Ed has lived in Northern Westchester County for over 45 years. He and his wife Kathy have two sons; William and Michael, and a daughter Christine.