GWWO, Inc./Architects is pleased to announce that Amanda McKinney, Dan Audette, and Bryan Fisher have been named to new positions.
Amanda McKinney, who previously served as Financial Administrator, has been promoted to the position of Controller. With GWWO since 2006, Amanda plays an integral role in the firm’s management and financial strategy development, and is a key advisor to the firm’s leadership. She manages all aspects of the finance department including payroll, accounts payable/receivable, financial statements, and overall assessment of the financial status of the company. In addition, she is responsible for the coordination of audit and tax activities, along with maintaining compliance with regulatory guidelines. Amanda is currently obtaining a degree in Accounting from the Community College of Baltimore County.
Dan Audette has been named Technology-in-Practice Specialist. A licensed architect who joined the firm in 2012, Dan is an advocate for the advancement of the use of technology in the design process and a leader in GWWO’s advanced use of Building Information Modeling. As the head of the office’s Revit User Group, he consistently institutes the office’s Revit standards, reviewing, frequently updating, and holding weekly meetings on its best practices, tips, and tricks to help office users improve efficiency and accuracy. Dan holds a Bachelor degree and Masters of Architecture, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Bryan Fisher has been named Historic Preservation Specialist. In this role, he will serve as a firm-wide resource for all aspects of historic architecture and preservation. Joining the firm in 2008, Bryan is well-versed in these practices and has contributed significantly to many of the firm’s important historic projects, including the George Washington’s Memorial Parkway Arlington House rehabilitation, Eisenhower National Historic Site Home historic structure report, Abraham Lincoln Tavern rehabilitation, and the Maryland Historical Society Enoch Pratt House restoration planning. A licensed architect, Bryan serves on the board of the Association of Preservation Technology Washington DC Chapter. He has also been a speaker at past APT and Preservation Maryland symposiums. Bryan holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree in Historic Preservation from Goucher College and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Florida.