GWWO is thrilled to announce the naming of five new associates of the firm.
These promotions recognize the talents and leadership of our colleagues, both within the firm and the community. Their wide range of expertise represents the diversity of talent that shapes our award-winning practice and contributes to the firm’s success. Please join us in celebrating their accomplishments.
Josh Adcock, AIA, came to GWWO in 2016 and has 16 years of professional experience. A registered architect since 2017, Josh’s strong eye for design composition and technical strength have benefited many of the firm’s educational projects, including his current work as project manager of the new Lansdowne High School in Baltimore County. Josh’s passion for 3D modeling has made him an integral member of the firm’s BIM Team, a research and discussion-based group focused on harnessing the power of technology through workflow improvement. He is a member of the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) for the National and Baltimore chapters.
Matt Ames, AIA, has been a registered architect since 2016. He joined the firm in 2015 and has 18 years of experience encompassing a variety of project types. His thoughtful management approach and ability to quickly identify and resolve technical challenges have benefitted many of the firm’s clients. His work includes serving as the project manager for the renovation and addition of the historic Chick Webb Community Recreation Center in Baltimore City, new Parkview Recreation Center, also in Baltimore City, and new Arnold Elementary School for Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
Amanda Moore, AIA, joined GWWO in 2012 and became a registered architect in 2017. A technically strong architect appreciated by clients for her detail-oriented management approach and thoughtful decision making, she has 13 years of experience. Her work includes projects for the Smithsonian Institution, University of Maryland, College Park, and Delaware State Parks. She most recently led the document coordination for the new Pikes Peak Summit Visitor Center and the design of the new West County Elementary School in Anne Arundel County. Amanda previously served on the AIA Baltimore Equity Committee.
Danielle Peters, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, started at GWWO in 2015 and became a registered architect in 2017. A skilled project manager with ten years of experience, she brings a strong commitment to compelling design and technical excellence to her projects, keeping sharp focus on each client’s needs from initial design through construction administration. Her recent work includes serving as project manager for visitor improvements to the lower level of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and leading the master planning effort for the Fort Miles Museum in Delaware.
Andy Towne, AIA, LEED AP, came to GWWO in 2014 as a registered architect with extensive experience on projects in the public sector, a focus he continues today. With 20 years of experience, he is a talented project manager with proven success in facilitating collaborative design processes for complex projects. This work has included stunning transformations to the Ralph S. O’Connor Center for Recreation & Well-Being at Johns Hopkins University and New Carrollton Library in Prince George’s County. In his free time, Andy volunteers as a youth soccer coach.