Howard V. Levine, Principal, is a registered architect, holds licenses to practice architecture in 14 States, and has over 45 years of experience in architecture and business management. Howard holds an Associate Degree in Architectural Engineering Technology, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architectural Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA.

Following graduation, Howard studied architectural design for 6 years at the Boston Architectural Center. He gained much of his experience in design and business development working in the Architecture, Design and Construction Department of the Howard Johnson Company, Braintree, MA, (1974-1984) which specialized in the restaurant and hospitality industry.

In 1984, he formed his own architectural firm, Howard Levine Design Associates, and in 1990 along with Charles Cramer, Cramer Levine & Company, Architects was established. Charles Cramer has since retired and the Cramer Levine & Company, Architects has continued to thrive.

Active in his community of Sharon, MA, Howard has been on the Board of Directors and was co-chairperson of the House Committee for Temple Israel and has served on both the Town of Sharon Designer Selection Committee and the Sacred Heart Dormitory Reutilization Committee.

Howard is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, and is NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) certified.

Howard remains active with his alma mater, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston. For 13 years, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association, and served as its President and past President from 1991 to 1995. In 1993, he was appointed Corporator, and in 1999 he was honored with the Alumni Leadership Award presented by the Wentworth Alumni Association. In October, 2005 Howard was appointed to the Board of Trustees where he served 9 years per Wentworth’s charter. At the May 13, 2006 WIT commencement, he was the Commencement Speaker and spoke to the students about “Life After Wentworth”. Howard received an honorary Doctorate of Engineering Technology Degree (honoris causa).