GROTH Design Group Expands Leadership
Firm Principal and Shareholders announced
For Immediate Release: GROTH Design Group is pleased to announce that Peter Damsgaard, Director of Design, has been named Principal and Mike McGraw, CDT, Director of Construction Administration Services, has been made a shareholder. Peter and Mike join Managing Partner, Mike Groth AIA, NCARB, and Partners Pete Schneider, AIA, LEED AP, and Steve Petitt, AIA, LEED AP, in leading and growing the full-service architecture, planning and interior design firm.
Peter Damsgaard is responsible for stewarding a collaborative and thoughtful design process, leading employee professional development, engaging the design community and working with local community leaders.
Mike McGraw leads the firm’s construction administration services, including playing a significant role in the execution of projects from design through commissioning. Mike works closely with owners, contractors and the design team to ensure quality constructability within design intent.
“Peter and Mike are true leaders in the firm. From cultivating client relationships to delivering quality in every project, Peter and Mike each play a significant role in providing the value people have come to expect from GROTH Design Group,” said Mike Groth who founded the firm in 1994.
Celebrating its 25th year in business, GROTH Design Group is an award-winning full-service architecture, planning and interior design firm whose diverse staff embodies their mission to Listen, Lead and Serve. Consistently providing its hallmark service – listening to understand, leading to build consensus and delivering architecture that serves – is what makes GROTH Design Group unique. The firm delivers planning and design solutions for Healthcare, Corporate, Senior life, Religious, Education and Civic/Community projects from offices in Cedarburg and Milwaukee. Projects of note include several Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin clinics, Stone Creek Coffee cafes, BMO Harris Bank locations, the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi new convent, hundreds of churches and places of worship, Cedarburg School District, Marquette University Physicians Assistant building and the Mequon-Thiensville community gateway feature.
More information about GROTH Design Group is available at www.gdg-architects.com.