Campbell Thomas & Co.

Community & Transportation Planning


Eric S. Horowitz

Project Manager and Designer


Mr. Horowitz is an architectural project manager and designer for Campbell Thomas & Co. His responsibilities include all phases of work from initial design scenarios to construction observation.


Mr. Horowitz brings to CT&C architectural experience focusing on adaptive re-uses, historic structures, commercial and residential design, and new construction. He is very familiar with successfully handling demanding and complex assignments, having worked at Campbell Thomas & Co. since 2004.

Additionally, Mr. Horowitz has been involved in all areas of retail chain store construction working on over 70 retail convenience and gasoline stores, and in restaurant and commercial kitchen design. He is adept at 3D photo-realistic renderings, zoning and building codes, ADA, historical conformance, appeals, and practical building design.

His work on a project begins at inception with preliminary building design options, and further design development with 3-D visualization tools and renderings; often for public presentations. His duties move the design ideas on to permits with community, zoning, and planning commission submissions,  historical related submissions and ultimately to permit drawings, specification writing, and general coordination. His experience spans over forty years in various construction or architectural environments.

Mr. Horowitz has worked with municipalities, retail chains and non-profits to meet their specific requirements. He is highly familiar with complexities involved with the City of Philadelphia L&I and its departments, regularly shepherding projects through for permits. At Campbell Thomas & Co. he focuses on residential single-family, multi-family, mixed-use, commercial and the rehab of older and historical structures.

He uses the most recent technologies for 3-D visualization creating accurate renderings for designs which offers choices for: sun shading, site selection for hilly terrain, Historical Architecture Committee Reviews, Master Planning and community and Zoning meetings and hearings, interior renderings for decision-making and marketing, graphic materials for owner financing, reconstruction of historical facades based on old photographs, clarification of complex forms for contractor assembly and more.

Mr. Horowitz operated a design and construction service until 1994 that concentrated on renovation of damaged vintage residences. His hands-on construction work has helped him understand historic-related construction issues, complexities, and solutions.


Past president and vice president of local chapter of Hostelling International

Past treasurer of Eastern Region of Hostelling International

Former board member of Friends of Chamounix Mansion


Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, Bachelor of Architecture 1990

Occasional and continuing education activities at AIA and various colleges such as Philadelphia Community College, Montgomery County Community College and Bloomsburg University.


Acoustic and electric violinist