Neal Angrisano


Principal, Director of Project Delivery




P 785.842.4708

Drawing from a diverse career in design and construction and decades of leadership and service to the American Institute of Architects and the architectural profession, Neal has a strong focus on the business of practice, along with a passion for the role of architects in society. He also advocates for the development of emerging professionals within our industry, serving as a leader and a resource as they explore, learn, and grow in architecture.

Neal directs Treanor’s technical, project execution, staffing resources, educational, legal, and administrative aspects of practice. Throughout his 35-plus-year career, he’s worked as an architect, design and construction project manager, facilities director, adjunct college professor, and in senior business development roles. His architectural portfolio has received numerous national, regional, and local awards and a litany of academic and professional honors.

For 14 years, Neal taught courses like Project Delivery and Architect-Client Relations at the University of Kansas. He was president of the Kansas and Kansas City Chapters of the American Institute of Architects and was a three-time National Excellence Awards Juror for the Design-Build Institute of America. He has served on the AIA National Strategic Council and other national level AIA bodies.

Get to know Neal

What is the best part of your job?

Working with young professionals. I love to see them being fearless and fierce every day. I get tremendous satisfaction in helping them explore, learn, and grow in this amazing profession.

What is an interesting fact not many people know about you?

I piloted an airplane solo at age 16.

What do you like to do outside of work?

I am an “old-school” photographer. While I do shoot digitally, most of my work is still done on film. I shoot 35mm but also medium and large-format black & white and color film. I have a fully equipped darkroom in my basement, and much to my wife’s chagrin, more cameras and lenses than I can count.