GMK Expands Its Architecture and Engineering Teams

GMK is proud to announce that Joseph F. Guido, AIA, has joined GMK’s architecture division as a senior architect and Matthew Fecas, EIT, has joined GMK’s engineering division as a graduate engineer.

Mr. Guido will support the architecture division’s design efforts primarily in the government and educational market sectors, while Mr. Fecas will assist in the production of mechanical plans and specifications associated with the range of projects under the engineering division’s purview.

Mr. Guido possesses over 20 years of architectural industry experience and is proficient in all phases of project development. He has proven abilities in providing high-quality designs that meet delivery schedules and construction budgets. His experience includes work for multiple state and federal agencies, primary and secondary educational institutions, military agencies, and commercial sector clients. Joseph joined GMK from CDA Architects (acquired by Pond & Company in 2016) where he recently led the design efforts on the $4 million Advanced Manufacturing Technologies and Skilled Crafts Center for Midlands Technical College (airport campus), among other complex design assignments.

“Joe greatly enhances our firm’s abilities to support our clients in key markets identified in our strategic planning process. His design talent and project team management acumen has allowed him to jump in immediately to lead several of our critical project efforts,”

said GMK’s director of architecture Thomas M. Weiland, AIA.

Mr. Guido holds a bachelor of architecture from Temple University and is a registered architect in South Carolina, a member of the American Institute of Architecture (AIA), and certified through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). He is a board member on the City of Columbia’s Board of Zoning Appeals Form Based Codes, a member at large for the Palmetto Lexington Homecare, Hospice, Palliative Care & Private Services, and further volunteers his time with the Boy Scouts of America as well as serves as a disaster and humanitarian relief services worker.

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