GWWO is delighted to announce that Amanda Moore, AIA, and Danielle Peters, AIA, are now licensed architects!
Amanda just recently celebrated her six-year anniversary with the firm during which time she has contributed to numerous projects in the cultural and education sectors, including the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex Visitor Center in Colorado Springs, CO, Smithsonian Institution Baird Auditorium feasibility study in Washington, DC, University of Maryland College Park Tawes Theater conversion in College Park, MD, and new Crofton Area High School and Benfield Elementary School addition and renovation, both in Anne Arundel County, MD. Amanda earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and is a member of AIA Baltimore and AIA Baltimore’s Equity Committee.
Since joining GWWO in 2015, Danielle has worked on a variety of cultural and K-12 school projects including the Nixon Park Nature Center renovation in York County, PA, Thomas Jefferson Memorial accessibility improvements in Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institution Air & Space Museum exhibits in Washington, DC, and Swansfield Elementary School addition and renovation in Howard County, MD. Formerly, Danielle also worked on commercial, residential, higher education, and religious facility projects that included master planning, renovations, and adaptive reuses. Danielle received her Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State University and is a member of the AIA Emerging Professionals Committee and AIA Baltimore.