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Dan-Michael Trbovich


Senior Associate | Senior Project Manager

Senior Associate and Senior Project Manager, Dan-Michael Trbovich has an expansive 25 years of experience providing professional architectural services to various clients across the United States and select clients globally, garnering a number of professional awards and recognitions along the way. His in-depth knowledge of the industry has allowed him to successfully manage multiple consultants, team structures, and client relationships for several complex, civic-sized projects. His technical expertise had initially been in the transportation industry with specific focus in the aviation sector. With a robust knowledge of airport operations and systems, Trbovich has successfully completed over 50 projects at 20 different airports domestically and internationally. Trbovich since then has also developed a focus on the design of wellness, recreation, and sports facilities ranging from community and intergenerational centers to state-of-the-art collegiate wellness centers and athletic facilities. Trbovich has experience designing spaces that are welcoming, engaging, functional, and stand the test of time.

As a LEED® Accredited Professional with building design + construction specialty, Trbovich believes that sustainable design begins with a high-performance design that addresses each stage of a building’s life cycle through an approach that integrates planning, design, and construction. Since joining the Borrelli + Partners team in 2008, Dan-Michael Trbovich has become an integral leader for the design firm.

Trbovich received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture and Interior Design from the University of Arizona in 1997. Trbovich is also a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board.

“When you quiet the mind of preconception, you make room for the nature of a project to present itself.”

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  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards