Miguel Rosales is president and principal designer of Rosales + Partners. Mr. Rosales has over twenty-five years of experience as Lead Designer for major infrastructure projects across the US and abroad.
Prior to forming Rosales + Partners, Mr. Rosales served as lead architect and urban designer for the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. Mr. Rosales helped to develop the innovative cable-stayed bridge and guide it through a complex public participation process. His current major U.S. bridge projects include the North Washington Street Bridge in Boston, MA, the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation in Boston, MA, the Lakefront Pedestrian Bridge in Cleveland, OH, the Marion Street Bridge in Seattle, WA, the Bruce Vento Pedestrian bridge in St. Paul, MN, and the Trinity River Vision Bridges in Fort Worth, TX.
Mr. Rosales is recognized internationally as an expert on bridge aesthetics and design. He has received grants from the NEA, AIA/AAF, and MIT to research bridge and infrastructure design and is the recipient of several awards including a 1993 Young Architects Design Award from Progressive Architecture magazine. Born in Guatemala in 1961, Mr. Rosales received a Diploma in Architecture from the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala City in 1985. In 1987, he completed a Master of Science in Architectural Studies at MIT.