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February 1, 2023






GGLO has promoted four staff members, Alex Kenton, Lindsey Draves, Greg Stacy, and Katie McGough, to associate.

Kenton earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. Since joining GGLO, he has assisted with projects ranging from multi-block master plans to prefab mass timber housing units.

Draves has been involved in all aspects of the project process. From leading client visioning sessions, programming and space planning to finalizing a project through design development, construction documents and construction administration. She has worked with project teams ranging in sizes from teams of three, to teams of fifteen or more. She's worked on projects from 1,500 USF to 100,000+ USF in mostly tenant fit-out, with some new construction. Additionally, Draves has worked on LEED certified projects (and projects still working towards LEED certification) and puts sustainability at the forefront of her design process. She has accreditations in LEED and WELL, as well as a Masters in Sustainable Interior Environments.

Stacy began his career in architecture from a non-traditional means. Growing up as a graffiti artist, his path to architecture started with a background in City, Metropolitan Planning at University of Utah. He then went on to earn his Master of Architecture from University of Oregon.

McGough has a wide range of experience within the multifamily—affordable, market rate, and senior living—office, retail, and healthcare sectors. She focuses on the design integration of the building's form and façade with the overall context of the site and program. McGough earned her Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from Washington State University.

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