GWWO Welcomes Two New Employees to the Firm

Kevin Miller   samir taylor

Baltimore, MD (September 11, 2017) – GWWO, Inc./Architects is pleased to welcome Kevin Miller and Samir Taylor, Assoc. AIA to the firm.

Kevin Miller, a former GWWO student intern, re-joins our firm’s architectural staff after receiving his Master of Architecture degree from Ball State University this past May. Prior to, Kevin received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ball State in 2015 and completed multiple internships during his master’s study.  He has an interest in and wide experience with a variety of prototyping methods. Kevin is also a member of the AIA Baltimore Design Awards Committee.

Samir Taylor, Assoc. AIA, joins the firm’s architectural staff as an intern architect with four years of experience. Samir graduated Morgan State University in 2012 with a Master of Architecture degree. Prior to, Samir received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Morgan State University and his Bachelor of Computer Animation from Full Sail University. His experience within the AEC industry ranges from feasibility studies through construction administration services. Samir is involved in a range of volunteer work as well as collaborations with both design professionals and artists throughout the Baltimore area.

GWWO, Inc./Architects is a full service architectural firm that specializes in the planning and design of cultural and educational facilities that enrich the human experience through responsible design that is inspirational, evocative, and progressive. Current projects include the new Pikes Peak Summit Visitor Center in Colorado Springs, CO; the Health Careers Technology Building for the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex Campus; the new Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention in Gainesville, FL; and the new Severna Park High School in Severna Park, MD.

Release courtesy GWWO, Inc./Architects

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