Goodwyn Mills Cawood has cut the ribbon on its new office space in Huntsville.
A member of the community for several years, the architectural and engineering firm has moved into the historic Struve-Hay Building. Originally constructed in 1900 as two stories with a three-story tower on the corner, the building underwent changes in 1955, removing the Jefferson Street side façade. Previously consisting of two storefronts, the Jefferson Street side was combined into one, which is now the home of GMC.
“Huntsville has boomed over the last few years, and we’re thankful to have even a small part of some of the progress that’s happening here, with projects like the new city hall, just a few blocks away from our office, Buffalo Rock’s new distribution facility, the Lockheed Martin missile facility and many more,” said Jeffrey Brewer, GMC CEO. “We hope to continue to be part of the positive momentum that’s happening here in our community.”
In designing the new office, GMC’s architectural team maintained as much of the original structure as possible. The office space has a large, open plan studio, as well as open conference areas and smaller huddle rooms.
GMC is a comprehensive multi-discipline firm, providing services in architecture, interior design, civil engineering, environmental services, landscape architecture, planning, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, electrical engineering, surveying and disaster recovery.