Caesar Tronolone

1994 Masters in Architecture, University at Buffalo
1990 Bachelor’s of Science, Architecture, University at Buffalo

Experience and Qualifications
As an architectural designer and draftsman with a strong background in building construction, Caesar grew up on Buffalo’s Lower West Side. As a laborer for over 25 years he worked in many large and small scale projects including Buffalo’s Rapid Transit, Ralph Wilson Stadium, several State and County Prison renovations and additions, as well as Buffalo General Hospital to name a few of the building jobs. Caesar was also involved with many road and bridge projects in the area including 8 years of work on Buffalo’s prominent expressways. He started his construction career as a laborer shoveling in the trenches, pouring hundreds of yards of concrete in walls, floors and foundations, demolishing walls and building better ones, burning cuts through old bridge beams and girders to make way for new state of the art bridges. Eventually taking on more responsibilities as job foreman and ultimately spent the last four years as project superintendent.

After a short break following his retirement from The Buffalo Laborers, Mr. Tronolone joined Tommaso Briatico Architects in 2007. Many of the projects done for Mr. Briatico involve renovations and adaptive re-use of existing buildings. He also aided in the design and preparation of construction documents for many of the firms other projects such as Bethesda World Harvest Church’s proposed renovation of their Main and Utica development, and the Kaufman Firehouse Project.