Michael Hanrahan


Michael Hanrahan, AIA has been a key member of Clarke Caton Hintz for over twenty years. Michael has served as lead designer and project manager for many of the firm’s notable and award-winning projects. He has worked on projects of varying scale and type across multiple market sectors. Michael also has extensive experience in historic preservation and the adaptive re-use of existing buildings. He is particularly adept at taking practical advantage of the existing character of historic spaces. Past projects include the restoration of the Historic Hunterdon County Courthouse, home of the famed Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial of the 1930’s; 200 Elm Drive, the adaptive re-use of the former Princeton University boilerhouse as new University administrative offices; the renovation and expansion of the Roebling Mansion as the new home for the New Jersey State League of Municipalities; the 164th Street Garage, a new parking garage supporting the new Yankee Stadium; the new headquarters for the New Jersey Business & Industry Association; the new Sea Lion and Touch Tank Exhibit at the Turtle Back Zoo; and Engineering Hall, a new engineering teaching and research facility for the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University.

In addition to distinguishing himself professionally, Michael Hanrahan, AIA has also dedicated his time to serve the profession of architecture. Since 1999, Michael has been actively involved in AIA New Jersey, culminating in his Presidency in 2011. For his service, Michael was recognized in 2012 as a recipient of the AIA National Young Architect Award.

Michael Hanrahan, AIA obtained a Bachelors of Architecture, with Honors, from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1996. Simultaneously, Michael earned a dual degree garnering a Master of Science in Management in the same year.