Clark Griffith provides clients with architectural services that are informed by a keen sense of history, and driven by a commitment to bring the very latest technologies and best practices to bear on every project.
As a founding partner of CCA, Clark oversees the company’s full range of architectural, engineering, and building consultant services. He has been a practicing architect for over 30 years and has an extensive background in residential, commercial, and institutional design projects. Clark provides clients with deep expertise in programming, design, building evaluation, building and life safety codes, budgets, professional standards of care, and contract documents.
Clark directs all of CCA’s architectural work, from the design and construction administration of new projects to in-depth investigations for the legal, insurance, and private communities. He has provided expert opinions in civil litigation – his articulate, persuasive, and dispositive testimony has served both plaintiffs and defendants. He is qualified to testify as an expert in multiple states and has authored numerous expert reports on design defects, code investigations, and life safety issues.
Clark has additionally served as an expert for the United States Department of Justice in investigations of private sector compliance with Federal public accessibility requirements (i.e., the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act). With a passionate interest in historical structures, Clark has served on a number of historic buildings boards in the Boston area for a number of years.
He is registered with the Massachusetts Architectural License and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), and holds an affiliation with the American Institute of Architects (AIA).