Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Matt Mulick, AIA, NCARB, has joined GS&P as architectural department manager in the Industrial market. He brings more than 20 years of experience delivering architectural services across the globe. Mulick will apply his extensive design, management, team leadership and business development skills to support GS&P’s growing Industrial team and continue raising the bar for client service.
“With each of his projects, Matt brings a level of genuine excitement and enthusiasm that our clients truly appreciate,” said Ken Zyga, P.E., executive vice president at Gresham, Smith and Partners. “But he’s also pragmatic and thoughtful, showing absolute dedication to both employee and client success. His previous design and leadership success, on even the most complex industrial projects, demonstrate his talent. We are glad to welcome Matt to the firm and we look forward to the positive impacts he’ll make within the architectural department and with each of our clients.”
“The industrial sector and its products are always evolving,” commented Mulick. “I enjoy working with clients to help them stay on the leading edge so they’re not just reacting to market trends. My top priority is creating an environment that is fun and engaging for our employees to grow and develop their careers while being responsive to our clients’ needs and generating impactful and efficient designs.”
Prior to joining GS&P, Mulick worked for more than 20 years in the Chicago area. He most recently served as a senior project architect, office leader and mentor at Ware Malcomb in Oak Brook, Ill., where he successfully managed a large portfolio of industrial production and distribution facilities projects with multi-million-dollar revenues. Mulick was also a project manager and project architect at The Jenkins Group Architects in Itasca, Ill. He is an active member of the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIRE), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and the Health Care Institute (HCI). A native of St. Louis, Mulick is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture and Urban Design. Additionally, he attended the Ecole de’ Comondo’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning/Design in Paris, France.
GS&P’s Industrial market creates innovative and cost-effective solutions for all facets of our manufacturing, storage and distribution-focused clients. The firm’s experienced designers and engineers have practical backgrounds in their diverse fields of expertise, which enables them to understand the critical balance of current needs and long-term flexibility. GS&P provides comprehensive engineering and architectural services across a wide range of industry segments including automotive, aerospace, equipment manufacturing, consumer goods production, metals and paper products.