GWWO Welcomes New Hires

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(L-R) Ryan McCloskey, Assoc. AIA; Jason Hearn, AIA; Ariana Parrish, Assoc. AIA

Baltimore, MD (1.11.16) – GWWO, Inc./Architects welcomes Ryan McCloskey, Assoc. AIA; Jason Hearn, AIA and Ariana Parrish, Assoc. AIA, to the firm.

Ryan McCloskey joins the firm with two years of professional experience.  Ryan graduated from Virginia Tech in 2013 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and since then has worked mostly on historic mixed-use and residential buildings, as well as state sponsored projects throughout Maryland.  He is currently a part of the AIA Emerging Professionals Committee as well as the Doors Open Baltimore Committee, an event sponsored by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and AIABaltimore.

Jason Hearn, AIA, joins the firm with seven years of professional experience.  Jason earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Architecture degrees from Savannah College of Art and Design and has since been involved with a variety of project types including restaurant, hotel, and commercial facilities.  Along with being a member of the AIA and USGBC, Jason is a volunteer for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and a supporter of the Baltimore Design School and Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.

Ariana Parrish, Assoc. AIA, joins our architectural staff with two years of experience in the industry.  Since receiving her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Temple University in 2013, Ariana has worked on pharmaceutical projects, including lab renovations and building fit-outs, as well as on some masterplan landscape architecture projects.  Ariana is an AIA Associate of the Philadelphia chapter and a volunteer for the ACE Mentor Program, an organization that works with high school students with a desire to pursue careers in design and construction.

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