WARREN, N.J. — Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor (PS&S) has appointed Gordon D. Griffin, AIA, NCARB, as the firm’s director of architecture.
Griffin brings more than 35 years of experience as a professional architect to PS&S. His responsibilities will include the development of new clients, client services, and the leadership and delivery of new projects. Mr. Griffin will also pilot PS&S’ expansion of a wide variety of project types — commercial mixed use, corporate workplace, and government.
Throughout his career, Griffin has developed strong managerial skills in the design and delivery of architectural projects. He facilitates a superior level of communication among the member of his design team, and possesses listening skills that enable him to provide top-of-the-line clientele services, integrated with innovative design solutions to fit the specific needs of any project.
Griffin’s personable approach is another asset, making him a valuable employee for any architectural firm. His past projects include the proposed LEED Silver 700,000 square-foot condominium high-rise in Atlanta’s Atlantic Station District, the 1 million square-foot Pfizer Inc. office facility in Madison and the renovation and addition of the Morris Museum in Morristown. Before joining PS&S, Griffin was a managing principal at Hillier Architecture/RMJM, where he led the firm’s Commercial/Corporate Studio, working on projects for a number of Fortune 500 companies, real estate development companies and government entities.
Graduating from The University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture in 1972, Griffin has maintained an energetic involvement in alumni affairs. His current involvement as an alumnus includes participation and membership in the Dean’s Forum, which is part of the University’s School of Architecture. Griffin is a registered architect in ten states, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is also certified with The National Council of Architecture Registration Board (NCARB) and is a member, at the local and national levels, of The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Griffin also plays an active role in a number of organizations within his local community of Princeton.
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