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Andrew Raus, AICP

Vice President, Northeast Buildings

About Andy

As the Vice President of Northeast Buildings, Andy Raus leads the talented resources of the Bergmann buildings practice across the region as they deliver a range of architecture, engineering and planning services. As a certified planner, Andy's experience spans a wide range of project types including brownfield re-use, downtown revitalization, land use, transportation planning, healthy living infrastructure and large-scale water quality restoration programs.

Andy has been directly involved in project work, managing complex urban and regional planning initiatives. He is recognized for a unique capacity to build consensus and to facilitate cooperation among competing interests resulting in collaborative solution.


  • MRP - Urban and Regional Planning, University at Albany, SUNY
  • BS - Biology/Aquatic Ecology, West Chester University


  • Rochester Business Journal, 40 Under 40


  • American Heart Association Executive Leadership Team, Member
  • American Institute of Certified Planners
  • American Planning Association, Previous Legislative Affairs Officer
  • American Planning Association, Public Relations Officer
  • APA NY Upstate Chapter, Education Officer, Legislative Officer
  • Congress for the New Urbanism
  • Mental Health Association, Previous Board Member
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Upstate APA Legislative Affairs Officer
  • Urban Land Institute, Executive Committee Member
  • Village of Fairport, Planning Board Member
  • Western Erie Canal Alliance, Previous Board Member


  • AICP – American Institute of Certified Planners
  • National Charrette Institute Certified Charrette Planner
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