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Andrew Gorzkowski

AIA, LEED GA | Senior Associate

Andrew Gorzkowski is an architect with experience designing and coordinating all phases of design and construction services. He has held key roles and collaborated on numerous large-scale, mixed-use, corporate, and commercial developments both nationally and internationally.

Mr. Gorzkowski is currently project manager and a designer for multiple confidential life science projects in the San Francisco Bay Area. Recently, he has served as a project designer for 887 West Peachtree, a 30-story office tower that will be one of the tallest to rise in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, in the last decade. The tower’s varied retail and dining spaces, hospitality-like lobby amenities, and terraced park will bring greater life to the already active and fast-growing Technology Square neighborhood.

Additional project experience includes 2+U, a LEED-CS Platinum office tower in Seattle, Washington; The Joinery, a mass timber commercial office building in Sunnyvale, California; Remscheid Designer Outlet Centre, an open-air low-rise luxury retail development in Remscheid, Germany; confidential mixed-use developments in Florida and Tokyo, Japan; and a confidential headquarters expansion in Houston, Texas.

Mr. Gorzkowski received his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University where he was a Meinig Family Cornell National Scholar and winner of the Edward A. Seipp Memorial Prize. An active member of AIA Connecticut, he currently serves as a Director as well as Co-Chair of the Committee on the Environment (COTE). He is also a long-time volunteer with the ACE Mentor Program for high school students.

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