Mamayek joins HDR as Design Principal in Boston

He will work closely with the Executive Committee and business group leaders to expand and promote HDR’s Design Excellence initiatives in the Northeast region.

Joe Mamayek, AIA, LEED AP B+C
Joe Mamayek, AIA, LEED AP B+C
August 29, 2012

Joe Mamayek, AIA, LEED AP B+C, has joined HDR Architecture’s Boston, Massachusetts office as a Design Principal. Mamayek will lead design efforts on marketing pursuits and all projects coming out of the Boston office, and will work closely with the Executive Committee and business group leaders to expand and promote HDR’s Design Excellence initiatives in the Northeast region.

He is an award-winning designer who has worked on a broad variety of complex, large-scale projects. Most recently, he was Director of Architectural Design at TRO/Jung Brannen where he led design initiatives on projects ranging from museum galleries to complex commercial developments at both a local and international level. He also has a strong background in S+T and healthcare facilities, two of HDR Architecture’s strongest markets. Some of Mamayek’s notable projects include various galleries and pavilions for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts; the Media One Tower in Dubai, UAE; the Maine General Medical Center in Augusta, Maine; and the Praecis Pharmaceuticals Headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts, which won an AIA Honor Award for Design Excellence.

Mamyek is an active leader in local design affiliations, including the Boston Society of Architects and the ABC (A Better City) Sustainability Task Force. He’s also taught at the Boston Architectural Center as an instructor and thesis advisor. He’s a winner of the prestigious ROTCH Travelling Scholarship, which provided him the opportunity to study abroad for a year, and served on the ROTCH Committee for six years. Joe has a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of Minnesota. +

         
 

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