Todd Lausterer, project architect and production manager, has been in the Naples area for twenty-eight years and of those, over twenty years have been spent in the construction industry. In 1987 he became a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelors Degree in Architectural Design.

In 1987 he became part of the firm of Forsythe, Humphrey and Associates, which later became Forsythe Architects, and was involved with the design and construction of various residential and commercial projects including the Naples Philharmonic. While at Forsythe Architects he participated in the research, photo documentation and the description of several historically, architecturally significant structures in the Collier County and surrounding areas for a publication dealing with the Architectural History of Florida.

In 1991, Todd began working with the firm of David Humphrey and Associates where he has been involved in, or as project Architect for numerous single and multi-family residences, private clubhouses, and commercial projects. He has taken part in all aspects of the architectural process including design development, construction drawings and construction administration and has been involved with client contact throughout each of these phases.

Todd has been happily married for fifteen years, and has two sons and a daughter. He enjoys weekend camping trips with his family. His two boys have kept him involved in the Boy Scout program for the past six years as a den leader, cubmaster and assistant scoutmaster, while his daughter keeps him busy with the children's church choir and tea parties.