Mr. Deloatch has led Torti Gallas’ Tampa, Florida office since it opened in 2015.  As Director and Project Manager, Mr. Deloatch has gained extensive experience working with both small and large-scale projects starting in the schematic stage through construction. This work has ranged from small-budget university facility renovations to multi-million dollar new construction.  His role at Torti Gallas involves direct interaction with the Client and consultants as the project team leader working to meet fiscal and construction milestones. His recent work has focused on large and complex mixed-use buildings usually including a combination of residential, retail, office and parking.

Felix also has experience in resilient design, not only as it relates to climate change or natural disasters in coastal areas, but also in terms of economic and social equity resilience. The development of new affordable housing in a once blighted neighborhood and the revitalization of an empty downtown into a thriving destination.  Both of these are examples of resilient design that correspond with Mr. Deloatch’s philosophy that all communities should have a design identity that is sustainable and ever evolving.

Mr. Deloatch holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Elizabeth City State University and a Master’s of Architecture from The Ohio State University. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the American Institute of Architects and the Florida Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.  Mr. Deloatch has recently worked on the neighborhood revitalization vision for the Greater Ridgecrest Area in Pinellas County, Florida.

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Filling the Gaps in Redevelopment Resources