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A lifelong resident of Enfield, Connecticut—Jason finds it humbling to play a role in the design and construction that goes on in and around his beloved community. Interested in the A/E/C industry since a young age, Woodworth attended the New England Institute of Technology. There, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture.

Jason truly enjoys the relationships he builds with his clients. He is able to step into their shoes, see things from their perspective, advocate for their vision, and translate complex technical jargon into a language that they speak.

Currently splitting his time between project in the Academic, Corporate, and Retail markets, Jason is able to quickly develop the skillsets needed to navigate nearly any industry.

What is the most important tool of your trade, and why?

The people around you. Architecture and interior design can be very individually focused at times, however you cannot put a price on a good team committed to supporting each other.

Describe your dream project.

I would love the opportunity to design and build a new, ground up mixed-use corporate building with residential. I think there is a lot of design flexibility on both the interior and exterior that would make it a very fun and rewarding project.

How do you put a client’s goals before your own in a project?

The client’s goals are always before my own. Mine are to just ensure the project goes as smoothly as possible. Whether it is to be budget conscious, or some unique sustainable element to be incorporated. The client’s goals are always the priority.


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