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ON THE MOVE WARE MALCOMB ANNOUNCES JASON DOOLEY PROMOTED TO PRINCIPAL IN ATLANTA OFFICE Ware Malcomb , an international design firm, announced Jason Dooley was promoted to principal in the firm’s Atlanta office. In this role, Dooley is responsible for leading the overall growth and management of the firm’s offices in Atlanta and Miami, with other responsibilities encompassing the Southeast region. Dooley brings nearly 22 years of design and construction experience to the Ware Malcomb team. He joined Ware Malcomb in early 2016 as regional manager to open and grow the firm’s new Atlanta office, and was promoted to regional director in 2018. Since his hire, Dooley has successfully connected with Ware Malcomb’s national clients in the Atlanta market, as well as made new connections throughout the region, with projects spanning beyond Georgia to include North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana and

Virginia. His architecture and interior design expertise includes build-to-suit, building expansion, building renovation, complex tenant improvements, industrial, healthcare, office, science and technology, multi-family and higher education projects. “Ware Malcomb’s Atlanta office has experienced tremendous growth under Jason’s leadership, prompting the firm’s recent expansion into a new, larger office space in the Buckhead business district,” said Kenneth Wink, CEO of Ware Malcomb. “With this promotion to principal, Jason is now taking on responsibility for overseeing the growth of the firm’s Miami office as well. We look forward to Jason’s continued success in growing Ware Malcomb’s presence in the Southeast region.” A registered architect, Dooley holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He is an active member of industry organizations including the National Association of Industrial.

Dooley was one of three people recently elevated to the position of principal within Ware Malcomb’s offices across North America. Ware Malcomb also announced the promotion of Mary Cheval to principal, interior architecture and design in the firm’s Irvine, California, office and Edward Mayer to principal, architecture in the Newark, New Jersey office. Established in 1972, Ware Malcomb is an international design firm providing planning, architecture, interior design, branding, civil engineeringandbuildingmeasurement services to commercial real estate and corporate clients. With office locations throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, the firm specializes in the design of commercial office, corporate, industrial, science and technology, healthcare, retail, auto, public/educational facilities and renovation projects. Ware Malcomb is recognized as a Hot Firm and Best Firm to Work For by Zweig Group.


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