Joseph C. Giuliani, FAIA began his career with Capital Airlines in 1956. Soon after he started Giuliani Associates, the firm was designing aviation facilities in Boston, New York and Washington, DC.
Mr. Giuliani expanded the firm from the design of small tenant improvement projects to larger terminal buildings and within twelve years of starting Giuliani Associates and designed the American Airlines; Northwest/TWA; and Piedmont terminals at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport alone.
Mr. Giuliani expanded the firms portfolio to include historic preservation with the renovations of Holy Trinity Parish in Georgetown, Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School; St. Patrick’s in the City; and the Forte Building at Gonzaga College High School.
Mr. Giuliani received is Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects in 1982. His public service included presiding at President of the DC Chapter of the AIA, Washington Building Congress and the Kiwanis Club of Washington.
Retired from architecture, Mr. Giuliani remains interested in radio stations.