After working in the construction industry for twelve years, Gary decided to make the transition into the world of architecture almost ten years ago. Gaining a formal education in architecture, he’s been able to combine his immense knowledge of construction, attention to detail and passion for building projects that have a positive effect on the community and people that use them.
Having never taken an actual vacation (his choice!), he has spent the past five years becoming an expert in public safety architecture – fueling his passion to produce buildings that create the opportunity for others to do their job better and more efficiently, especially when it could mean a difference between life or death. His biggest accomplishment to-date is the Chester County Tactical Village, which will serve as the mid-Atlantic’s most comprehensive and advanced public safety training center. Although Gary has never taken a vacation (his choice!) and never stops working, he admits that if he were to take a break he would enjoy rock climbing and woodworking.