The Baltimore City Mayor’s office has recommended three new members to UDAAP—Urban Design & Architecture Advisory Panel—including one of our very own associates, Gretchen Wagner, AIA, LEED AP BD+C.
Gretchen’s role will be to assist the panel in providing the Planning Commission and Department of Planning with professional design expertise and assistance in the areas of architecture, urban design, and landscape design for all proposed master planning efforts and significant development projects with the goal of achieving high quality designs for the planned and built environment of Baltimore City. Throughout its history, the Panel has helped the City to achieve its national recognition for design that public and private development have brought to Baltimore.
Gretchen has 14 years of experience in the AEC industry and has spent the majority of her career focused on Maryland public school projects. Since joining GWWO in 2014, she has served as project manager on the feasibility study and design of the new Crofton Area High School in Anne Arundel County and the renovation and addition to Swansfield Elementary School in Howard County, and she currently serves as project manager on the feasibility studies for two elementary/middle schools in Baltimore City.