Stephen J. Amoroso


401-461-7771 ext. 7113

Steve, a graduate of Roger Williams University, received a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1996. He is a registered architect in the state of Rhode Island. As an Associate for Vision 3 Architects, Steve is responsible for client contact and project management. He is involved in all phases of projects including design, coordination of engineers and specialty consultants, preparation of presentation and construction documents, and all construction phase services.

Steve has spent his 20-year career at Vision 3 with a focus on the Education and Hospitality industries. His projects include University of Rhode Island (URI) Hope Commons, the award winning $18 million, 42,000 s.f. dining hall, which was also the first LEED Silver Certified Building in the State of Rhode Island and the award winning $10 million expansion/renovation of the URI Butterfield Dining Hall. His project experience also includes Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Johnson & Wales University (JWU). He is passionate about projects and client relationships and believes that every project can be successful if the architect, owner, and contractor work together as a team.

“You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” -Walt Disney

Steve is a Rhode Island native, residing in East Providence with his wife Tracy, daughter Samantha, and son Ryan. He enjoys golf, soccer, camping, and Disney vacations with his family.



Bachelor of Architecture, Roger Williams University


LEED Accredited Professional



“Feasibility Studies and Why They Are Important,” National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) East Region Conference, June 10, 2012

“What Was Old is New Again,” National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) East Region Conference,
June  13,  2011

“What is LEED Anyway?” National Association of College and University Food Service (NACUFS) Northeast Regional Conference, March 17, 2009

“Making the Connections That Count – Creating a Dining Facility with the WOW! Factor,” National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) East Region Conference, June 9, 2008



Registered Architect in RI