<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Principals of wmllc Architecture

JULIE D. WILSON, AIA, LEED AP is Director of Architecture and Interior Design. Ms. Wilson has over 20 years of project experience in commercial and educational facility design. Her recent commercial portfolio of work includes significant projects in Maryland including the State Police Forensic Science Laboratory, the Public Safety Training Center, Baltimore Pennsylvania Station Hotel, Housing Development for the World Trade Center in Baltimore, and Spring Grove Master Plan. In addition to her commercial portfolio she has designed multiple buildings at k-12 and Higher Education campuses including Garrison Forest School, Loyola Blakefield, Gerstell Academy, St. Mary’s College, Morgan State University and the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. Her approach and involvement with many of these projects begins at the master planning phase and continues through the selection of furnishings and artwork. Ms. Wilson received her LEED AP accreditation in 2007 and has since been involved with 6 LEED projects. Several of these projects have received awards from the AIA and as well as industry recognition for innovation.

THEODORE F. MARIANI, FAIA, PE is an Advisory Principal for Strategic Project Planning and Architecture. Mr. Mariani has over 50-years of experience in Washington DC and Maryland, primarily as a Principal and President of Mariani Architects and Engineers. Mr. Mariani is both a registered Architect and Engineer in several states including District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware. As a Principal he lead the design of many significant projects in the Washington DC area including the Washington Convention Center and a study for a Washington DC Headquarters Hotel. His portfolio of projects include renovations, additions, historic restorations and major new construction for public and private development primarily in a large scale institutional setting. His clients include Georgetown University Medical Center, the Van Ness Campus of the University of the District of Columbia, Northwest Airlines at Kennedy Airport, National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, DC, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History, the US Forest Service Headquarters, the Environmental Protection Agency at the Federal Triangle, Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and the Washington Convention Center. Mr. Mariani has received several awards and recognition for his accomplishments in Architecture and for his contributions to the profession.