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Wycliffe is a practicing architect and landscape architect in own private practice since 1997.
He received his initial training in a design/build architectural firm in St. Kitts and completed the study of both architecture and landscape architecture to professional degree level at City College of New York, CUNY and then proceeded on scholarship to complete his Master in Landscape Architecture at Pennsylvania State University specializing in Caribbean Terrestrial Ecotourism facility development. His practice is focused on producing environmentally responsible design which is responsive to our hurricane, and seismic conditions, while also addressing energy consumption reduction. His firm offers full design and construction management services and is generalist in project types.
Wycliffe has built into his firm a strong sense of community responsibility and response by example. He has been an external examiner for City and Guilds, and later a part-time instructor in the Associates Certificate program in Architectural Technology at the national Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College where he was retained as a full-time lecturer. He participated in local hurricane emergency response efforts regularly, which further reinforces the connection to the environment and the need for responsible design, construction and consumption methods. The furtherance of the profession and its leading role in the built environment and response to climatic and societal needs is paramount in both practice and instruction.