Herbert F. Maddalene

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Herbert F. Maddalene
Born January 28, 1928[1]
Jersey City, New Jersey[1]
Nationality USA
Occupation Architect
Known for Partner in Genovese & Maddalene[2]

Herbert F. Maddalene, AIA, (born 30 March 1932), was an American architect who practiced in the mid to late-twentieth-century New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, as a partner in the under the architectural firm name Genovese & Maddalene.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Born in January 28, 1928 in Jersey City, New Jersey, he earned his bachelors of architecture from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1952, where he was a member of Tau Sigma Delta. In 1970, he lived at 16 Vermont Drive, Paramus, New Jersey 07652.[1] he lived in Ridgewood, New Jersey in the late 1970s.[3]

Architectural career[edit]

Maddalene joined the New Jersey Society of Architects, American Institute of Architects, in 1960, and was registered to practice in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts,[1][3] and Illinois.[4] He was a member of the AIA American Institute of Architects Hudson chapter, and its president in 1958. With Anthony V. Genovese, Herbert F. Maddalene established his firm of Genovese & Maddalene at 175 Rock Rd, Glen Rock, New Jersey 07452 in 1963.[2]

Works as Genovese &. Maddalene[edit]