Raymond Wobbe, senior architect. Prior to joining STA, Mr. Wobbe was responsible for all phases of development ranging from programming and conceptual design through construction for a variety of commercial and institutional projects in the U.S, Europe and Asia. He served as consultant on the $1 billion rehabilitation of the United Nations complex. At STA, he has shepherded to completion three award-winning multi-family mixed use projects: Riverton Lofts and workforce housing in Hastings, and Warburton Lofts in Yonkers. As a preservation architect, he has worked on the Tarrytown Lighthouse in Sleepy Hollow, the historic Warner Library in Tarrytown, NY, and the 1880 Mamaroneck Railroad Station—preparing it for adaptive re-use as restaurant and loft offices. In Garrison, NY, he directed the conversion of a Capuchin monastery into a Buddhist retreat and center for environmental contemplation. Energy conservation infuses projects now on the boards. Mr. Wobbe received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati, and had his own practice in Houston Texas from 1977 to 1981.