Tom Bachman, AIA

Founding Partner

As a founding partner of gbA, Tom is strongly committed to Vermont and New England communities and citizens.  He believes architecture is a vehicle to connect people and places, and for over thirty years he has enjoyed designing affordable housing projects, schools, libraries, and other community resources across New England.  His projects’ successes can be attributed not only to building design, but also to the cultivation of strong client/architect/contractor relationships.

Tom has been an active member of Vermont AIA since 1990.  He served as Vermont AIA President in 2013 and sat on the Executive Board of AIA New England Chapter the same year.  Tom has volunteered at the Central Vermont Good Samaritan Haven Homeless Shelter for over twenty years and currently serves as Treasurer on the Board of Directors.

Tom received a Professional Architectural Degree from the University of Cincinnati before migrating to Vermont.