Domenic Ferrante

Chief Operating Officer, AIA, LEED AP
Outside of work…
I enjoy the family time with my wife Christine, and two amazing kids, Olivia and Christian. I enjoy doing anything outdoors, bowling, backyard football, tailgating parties and cooking (my wife is the avid baker).  My wife and kids love to go to any beach. Of course, I enjoy traveling to the big cities and seeing the great architecture and history.

The family knows during football season…..Dad is devoted and does not miss his team play……”Here we go Steelers”.

What you don’t know about me…
I had the honor to accompany former Congressman Ralph Regula to Washington DC and get an in-depth tour of the White House by former first lady, Laura Bush.  It was a lifetime opportunity to walk into Lincoln's bedroom, and stand on the Truman balcony looking out towards Washington Monument.

How I got my bragging rights…
I earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kent State University in 1995…worked my latter years in college in an architectural firm in Cleveland and made the leap to SoL Harris/Day in 1998. I feel fortunate to be surrounded by a great staff, that I consider my second family.

How I give back…
Involvement in the local community is what I am about… a graduate of the 24th Class of Leadership Stark County; one out of the 5,000 volunteers that helps facilitate the Pro-Football Hall of Fame’s greatest event in Canton; and a Board Member for Stark DD - FRAG Committee,  ArtsinStark and David YMCA.

Who molded me into the person I am…
My Parents… The foundation starts with the importance of family values. They encouraged me to live my dreams and provide me with the much needed support and opportunities in life.

Architecture that inspires me…
Saint Peter’s Basilica (Rome, Italy) – The Piazza’s form with the colonnade. It’s symbolic of “arms” and bringing the people together is just miraculous; the views on axis towards the Basilica and the other towards the city of Rome.
Domenic Ferrante

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