Ganflec Now Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc.
February 2, 2016
(Harrisburg, Pa.) Ganflec Architects and Engineers, Inc. has changed its name to Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. The name change reflects a closer alignment with the globally recognized brand of their parent company, Gannett Fleming, Inc.
The firm provides award-winning architectural services for a wide range of public and private market sectors, including commercial/industrial, institutional, municipal, military, residential, and religious. Projects of note include the I-79 Welcome Center in Kirby, Pa., Binney and Smith, Inc., manufacturing and distribution facility in Bethlehem, Pa., Campus Square office building in Mid-Town Harrisburg, Pa., and the Maryland Air National Guard Facilities at Glenn Martin Airport in Baltimore, Md. Additionally, Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. has designed dormitory-style troop quarters for the Pennsylvania Air National Guard at the Fort Indiantown Gap, additions, and renovations to the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency Headquarters facility in Harrisburg, Pa., and four state police barracks for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
The operating officers of Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. are Charles Beauduy, AIA, president; Ted Osborne, AIA, vice president; and Joe Tulumello, AIA, vice president; and Joe Botchie, RA, treasurer, and secretary.
Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. is the architectural affiliate company of Gannett Fleming, Inc., and provides services nationwide. Formed in 1978, Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. is a full-service multidiscipline consulting firm engaged in the practice of architectural building design and associated engineering. The firm is owned and managed by senior design professionals and consists of a diversified staff of architects, engineers, and technicians. Across the Gannett Fleming family of companies, Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. utilizes 60 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Accredited Professionals.