Andrew Stebbins

Mill Creek Residential has been fortunate to have worked with Andrew and the TAT team for nearly 10 years now. Having Andrew collaborate with us to create not just successful housing developments but places where people truly want to live has been extremely rewarding – we appreciate his design expertise, collaborative spirit, and transparency. We are confident in his ability to design each project to be uniquely suited for the community it serves, with distinctive design elements and memorable spaces. Andrew is an exceptional listener, trusted colleague, and valued partner.
Tim Alexander, Managing Director, Mill Creek Residential

Andrew is an experienced project manager with the ability to unveil the unique aspects of every development he undertakes. He creates enlivened spaces that positively impact the end user and works collaborating with clients to realize their goals. With more than 20 years of project management expertise and a member of the firm’s leadership team, Andrew’s enthusiastic approach focuses on proactive communication and presenting thoughtful design solutions. His involvement includes all phases of design from the first sketch and schematics through to permitting and occupancy. Andrew is well-versed in both new construction and adaptive reuse and his aptitude spans a wide range of project types, including multifamily, mixed-use, senior living facilities and resilient waterfront design.



    • Clippership Wharf | EBEE Award | Climate Change Project of the Year
      Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC)
    • Alta Union House | New England Leadership Award | Project of the Year
      LOCUS Massachusetts
    • Voke Lofts | J. Timothy Anderson Award | Best Market Rate or Mixed-Income Residential
      National Housing & Rehabilitation Association
    • Bourne Mill Apartments | Excellence in Construction Award | ABC Green Award
      Associated Builders and Contractors, Massachusetts Chapter
    • One Wingate Way | SHN Architectural + Design Award | Runner-Up
      Senior Housing News


    • Boston Society of Architects