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Architect , Urban planner

Michael D'Amico, American architect, urban planner. Recipient Community Design award American Institute of Architects, 1970; First prize award Port Aransas (Texas) Master Plan Competition, 1964; Design award Karachi Municipal.


D'Amico, Michael was born on September 11, 1936 in Brooklyn. Son of Michael and Rosalie (Vinciguerra) D'Amico.


Bachelor of Architecture, University Oklahoma, 1961. Postgraduate, Southern Methodist University School Law, 1962—1963. Postgraduate, College Marin, 1988—1989.

Postgraduate, San Francisco Law School, since 1994.


Supervisor advanced planning section Dallas Department City Planning, 1961—1963. Designer, planner in charge Leo A. Daly Company, San Francisco, 1963—1966. Project planner Whisler, Patri Associates, 1966—1967.

Architect, urban planner D'Amico & Associates, San Francisco, New York, Guam, 1967—1973. President D'Amico & Associates, Inc., Mill Valley and San Francisco, California, and Guam, 1973—2010, Jericho Alpha Inc., 1979—1982, Alpha Internet Systems, Inc., since 1996. Chief operations officer Patri Merker, 2006—2009.

Consultant architect, planner City of Seaside, California, 1967—1972, 1979—1981, since 1989. Consultant urban development, Eureka, California, 1967—1982. Consultant planner, Lakewood, California.

Redevelopment consultant, Daly City, California, 1975—1977. Redevelopment advisor Tamalpais Valley Business Association, 1975—1977. Architectural and history analyst California Department Transportation, 1975—1977.

Agent Eureka, California, Coastal Commission, 1977—1979. Development consultant City of Scotts Valley, 1977—1995, City of Suisun, 1988—1989, City of Union City, 1989—1991.


Member steering committee San Francisco Joint Committee Urban Design, 1967—1972. Member of American Institute of Architects (inactive, Community Design award 1970), Solar Energy Society of America, World Future Society, California Association Planning Consultant (secretary-treasurer 1970-1972), American Planning Association, American Institute Consultant Planners.


Married Joan Hand, November 26, 1955. Children: Michael III, Dion Charles.

Michael D'Amico

Rosalie (Vinciguerra) D'Amico

Joan Hand

Michael III D'Amico

Dion Charles D'Amico