About us

Germano Botelho, Ted Wood and Jason Mackertich guide their team of professionals to listen to their clients, and provide practical solutions and good design, to ensure their clients’ visions are achieved.

About us


Botelho Wood Architects was founded in 2004 by partners Germano Botelho and Ted Wood.

Previous to 2004, Germano and Ted developed a collaborative professional relationship on a variety of architectural projects and formed a genuine friendship. These characteristics are the foundations on which Botelho Wood Architects was established and remain as the values on which the firm operates.

Jason Mackertich joined Botelho Wood Architects in August 2004 as Senior Architectural Technologist. He was subsequently appointed an Associate in March 2009 and made Partner in April 2013. Jason’s appointment is the perfect complement to the firm which prides itself on its continuous effort to work together as an effective and efficient team.


Botelho Wood Architects is a diversified architectural practice with extensive experience with local and international projects. The experiences of the professionals in the firm encompass a variety of project types, scales and sizes such as:

  • Residential – including single family homes, condominium development and neighbourhood master-planning and development
  • Commercial
  • Hospitality
  • Institutional
  • Civic
  • Industrial
  • Marine
  • Interiors

The firm provides a full range of architectural services from site analysis and initial concept to project completion. This typically includes pre-design and/or programming, schematic design, design development, and construction documentation and administration through project close out.

The design team at Botelho Wood Architects is talented, creative, dedicated, well experienced and committed to producing sensitive and responsive architecture.



“A diversified architectural practice, Botelho Wood are also responsible for the Bermuda Building Design Award-winning Concordia Maritime offices, the recent renovation of Vasco Da Gama Club and a host of private residences, as well as more public projects like Newstead Resort & Spa and The Hamptons condominium development.”