Miguel Rosales is president and principal designer of Rosales + Partners. Mr. Rosales has over 30 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 projects include the Lakefront Pedestrian and Bicycle bridge, Cleveland, OH; the restoration of the historic Longfellow Bridge, Boston, MA; the Trinity River Vision Bridges, Fort Worth, TX; the Frances Appleton Pedestrian Bridge in Boston, MA, and the North Washington Street/Charlestown Bridge replacement, Boston, MA.
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.