Philadelphia design firm EwingCole hires architect Robert A. Flaynik, AIA, NCARB
Philadelphia (January 2009) – EwingCole, an award-winning architecture and engineering firm based in Philadelphia, has hired senior architect Robert A. Flaynik, AIA, NCARB for its Philadelphia headquarters, president John Gerbner has announced.
“We are delighted to add someone of Rob’s caliber to the firm,” said Gerbner. “I am confident that his valuable experience and knowledge will strengthen EwingCole and provide added value for our clients.”
An expert in the management of large, complex projects, Flaynik will be working on the Center of Excellence at C2CNT Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, a multifaceted EwingCole project for the US Government. Formerly with RMJM Hillier, he has an expertise in corporate, adaptive re-use and healthcare projects.
“I joined EwingCole to develop and lead a corporate practice with a national focus, said Flaynik. “Ewing Cole’s high-level commitment to design excellence, their practice group diversity, integrated approach and their 45 year track record of maintaining superior client relationships were the main reasons I chose to join Ewing Cole.”
He is an architecture alumnus of Temple University and he is active in the local chapters of the American Institute of Architects and the Urban Land Institute. Flaynik is a resident of Philadelphia.
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