GWWO Welcomes Three New Employees

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Baltimore, MD (December 7, 2016) – GWWO, Inc./Architects welcomes Coral Zapata Ferrer, Josh Adcock, and Jack Byrnes to the firm.

Coral Zapata Ferrer joins the firm as our new assistant graphics specialist.  In this role she will assist in the production of renderings, walk-thrus, and other materials to support project design and presentation needs.  A Puerto Rico native, Coral recently graduated from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico with a Bachelor of Architecture.  Throughout her studies, she gained valuable experience working with design related software, especially in its application towards restorations and stabilizations.  Her experience includes work on the restoration and stabilization of “La Fortaleza,” a 16th century fortress that is now the official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico, and the restoration of the Coat of Arms of Puerto Rico.

Josh Adcock joins the firm’s architectural staff.  Josh graduated from Morgan State University with a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design.  He has 10 valuable years of experience in the AEC industry, including work on several project types including higher education facilities, research facilities, commercial retail, multi-family mixed-use buildings, and master planning.

Jack Byrnes also joins the firm’s architectural staff.  Jack recently graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Minor in Sustainability.  His past experience includes multiple internships with construction management and architecture firms where he gained valuable experience working on a variety of project types including home renovations, mixed-use residential buildings, large commercial facilities, a 24-story research facility, and a large resort project in Turkey.

Release courtesy GWWO, Inc./Architects

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