Celebrating 30 years with SchenkelShultz are Daniel M. Tarczynski, AIA, Partner, and Kevin J. Winter, Associate Principal. Dan is a leading education designer and Kevin serves as the firm’s Information Technology Director. Joseph S. Toth, AIA, reaches the 25 … Continued
Yaritza Alvarado joins SchenkelShultz’s Orlando office as a Project Accountant. She has 14 years of experience and earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Sagrado Corazon University in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Taylor Barton was hired in a Project Support role in the firm’s Orlando office. He holds both a Master of Education in Human Resource Development and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Kelli has 10 years of professional design experience and holds a Master of Architecture degree from Florida A&M University and Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design from Florida State University. She is also a LEED® Accredited Professional.
Nihal, an Associate at SchenkelShultz, received her Florida architectural license. She is also a LEED® Accredited Professional and has 17 years of experience, including the past 7 years at SchenkelShultz.
Iris has 20 years of experience and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Dowling College in Long Island, NY.
SchenkelShultz’s J. David Torbert, AIA, Partner, and Patrick G. Rauch, AIA, Associate Principal, were included in School Planning & Management’s feature July / August article on active planning in K-12 schools. Serving as an architectural source and subject matter expert, … Continued
SchenkelShultz at the Forefront of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s Mass Transit Development at Orlando International Airport
SchenkelShultz Architecture, Orlando, has been an integral part of the mass transit planning and master plan development of the new Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF), the South Airport’s Automated People Mover (APM) Complex and the new 16-gate South Terminal at Orlando … Continued
Kevin, an Associate at SchenkelShultz, received his Florida architectural license. He began his career at the firm in 2011 and earned his Master of Architecture degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Marut has three years of professional design experience and holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Florida. He is also a LEED® Green Associate.
On April 17th, a Grand Opening Event was held for the University of Florida’s Newell Hall Renovation designed by SchenkelShultz, in association with Robert A.M. Stern Architects. The renovations transform the historic building into a state-of-the-art, 21st century Active Learning … Continued
An April 18th groundbreaking ceremony was held for Seminole County Public Schools’ newest 21st century school, Millennium Middle School in Sanford. Designed by SchenkelShultz, the school has a focus on the performing arts and will house 1,900 students. The state-of-the-art … Continued
Zinnia Villamor earned her architectural registration license in the State of Florida. Additionally, earlier this year Zinnia received her LEED® Green Associate designation from the United States Green Building Council.
The SchenkelShultz designed Global UCF Building for the University of Central Florida won the 2017 LEED® NC (New Construction) Project of the Year Award presented by the United States Green Building Council – Central Florida Region. The design and construction … Continued
SchenkelShultz is the Architect of Record for the new $28 million Performing Arts Center for The Players in Sarasota. To be located in Lakewood Ranch’s Waterside development, the new 70,000 square-foot multi-use venue will feature a 480-seat Main Stage Auditorium, … Continued
SchenkelShultz’s role as the Greater Orlando Airport Authority’s General Consultant was noted in the February 2017 issue of I4 Business in the article “A Vision Takes Shape: The Future of Orlando International Airport”. A Vision Takes Shape: The Future … Continued
SchenkelShultz was honored with two awards in the Architectural Showcase presented by the Florida Educational Facilities Planners’ Association (FEFPA) at the Winter Conference held in February 2017. In the University category, SchenkelShultz received a 1st Place award for the outstanding … Continued
Gay L. Geiger, AIA, has been promoted to an Associate Principal in the firm. Promoted to an Associate with SchenkelShultz are Marina Giammattei in the firm’s Orlando office and Patrick Hartig, LEED® AP, located in the Fort Myers office.
Celebrating 20 years with SchenkelShultz in 2017 are Ernie Straughn, AIA, Partner, and Craig W. Hanson, AIA, LEED® AP, Principal. Ernie and Craig are both actively involved in the firm’s aviation work at international and regional airports across the country. … Continued
Global UCF Building at the University of Central Florida (UCF) has received LEED® Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council. This is the fourth certified building that SchenkelShultz has designed on UCF’s main campus. Also recently certified was … Continued
Maria is a Registered Interior Designer in Florida with 16 years of experience. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology and has received the National Council of Interior Design Qualification certification.
The new High School FFF at Boggy Creek for The School District of Osceola County has started construction in Kissimmee, Florida. The high school will have a focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). The new prototype school … Continued
SchenkelShultz’s design of Fort Rucker Elementary School was honored with an Honorable Mention Award from Learning By Design in their Fall 2016 Educational Design Showcase. The project is only 1 of 7 designs to be recognized as an Honorable Mention … Continued
Samantha Lopez joined SchenkelShultz as Receptionist.
The groundbreaking was held for the Suncoast Technical Center North Port campus and Shannon Staub Public Library project in North Port, Florida. The groundbreaking event marked the official start of the latest career and technical education facility for Sarasota County … Continued
SchenkelShultz ranks among the top architecture/engineering firms in the nation by Building Design + Construction’s 2016 Giants 300 Report. Moving up in the rankings from 2015, the firm is ranked 12th in the Airport Terminal Sector and the 32nd largest K-12 School … Continued
SchenkelShultz recently completed design of a 36,670 SF classroom building addition at John A. Crookshank Elementary School n St. Augustine. The new, 21st century classroom building is centered on two learning hubs promoting an open, collaborative learning environment for 480 … Continued
Kyle Sheppard joins SchenkelShultz’s Orlando Office in a Design Support role. He has two years of design experience and holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Florida. Kyle is also a graduate of the University of Central … Continued
SchenkelShultz Architecture designed St. Johns County School District’s new 21st century Elementary School “M” which will break ground this summer in the World Golf Village area of St. Augustine. The innovative facility is designed to foster hands-on learning experiences utilizing … Continued
Carlo Giammattei joined SchenkelShultz’s Orlando office in a Design Support role. He has 11 years of experience and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Florida International University.
SchenkelShultz is designing Seminole County Public Schools’ newest 21st century school for Millennium Middle School located in Sanford. The innovative school is being designed with a focus on the performing arts and will house 1,900 students. The state-of-the-art school will … Continued
SchenkelShultz’s President & COO, J. Thomas Chandler, AIA, was featured in the February 2016 edition of I4 Business magazine, which focuses on Orlando’s business and entrepreneurial leaders. The “Up Close” column speaks strongly to the firm’s impact in Central Florida … Continued
SchenkelShultz was honored with three awards in the Architectural Showcase presented by the Florida Educational Facilities Planners’ Association (FEFPA) at the Winter Conference held in February 2016. In the University category, SchenkelShultz received a 1st Place award for the outstanding … Continued
Shane Wolfe rejoins SchenkelShultz as Construction Administrator. Shane has more than 10 years of experience, including spending three previous years with SchenkelShultz, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Gary Porter, an Associate with the firm, celebrates his 20th anniversary in SchenkelShultz’s Orlando office. Additionally, celebrating their 10th anniversary at SchenkelShultz are six employees: Brook K. Sherrard, AIA, LEED® AP, Principal, Cathy Roche, AIA, LEED® AP and Andrea Rivero, … Continued
Gay L. Geiger, AIA has joined SchenkelShultz’s Orlando Office as Project Architect. She has 28 years of design experience and holds a Masters of Architecture and Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida. Gay is a Registered Architect and … Continued
SchenkelShultz won the contract to remodel and renovate Wekiva Elementary School for Seminole County Public Schools. Originally constructed in 1977 with open pod classroom buildings, the design work will include providing permanent walls between classrooms, improving circulation routes plus new … Continued
SchenkelShultz, in association with Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), has been contracted to design the transformation of the University of Florida’s historic Newell Hall into a state-of-the-art 21st century Active Learning Commons. The goal of the renovations is to create … Continued
Marina Giammattei joined SchenkelShultz in the firm’s Orlando office in a Design Support Role. She has 10 years of design experience and earned both her Master and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from Florida International University.
SchenkelShultz won the contract to design Phase I of the Suncoast Technical College and Sarasota County Public Library in North Port by the School Board of Sarasota County. The project includes a state-of-the-art technical college that will provide real world, … Continued
SchenkelShultz is designing Fort Rucker Elementary School Replacement, a modern 21st century learning environment in Alabama for the Department of Defense for Education Activity (DoDEA). The 133,542 SF project was awarded to SchenkelShultz under the firm’s Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) … Continued
SchenkelShultz is designing Orange County Public Schools’ new, 348,066 SF West Orange Relief High School with a construction budget of $70 million. The prototype high school is designed with Florida Vernacular features and will accommodate approximately 2,800 students. The school … Continued