Garmann/Miller gets national ranking for design work


Garmann/Miller architects Mandy Niekamp (left) and Kasey Corbet have acted as administrators on 22 of the firm’s LEED projects.

Garmann/Miller architects Mandy Niekamp (left) and Kasey Corbet have acted as administrators on 22 of the firm’s LEED projects.


MINSTER — Garmann/Miller Architects-Engineers, among the nation’s largest designers of K-12 educational facilities, has been ranked No. 64 by Building Design+Construction magazine in its 2018 Giants 300 Report, which annually ranks architecture, engineering and construction organizations by revenue across various building sectors.

The Minster-based firm also appears at No. 96 on the report for most revenue earned from green building design work by implementing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design practices in its learning environments.

“We’re driving progress toward greener schools by choosing eco-friendly building materials and establishing energy-efficient design practices,” said Eric Baltzell, Garmann/Miller’s chief executive officer. “Our team is committed to enhancing the lives of the people we serve through sustainable priorities.”

Eight of GMAE’s school buildings have earned LEED Gold certifications and nine have achieved Silver status.

The company has designedseveral higher education facilities and vocational centers, including Vantage Career Center in Van Wert, the Millstream Technical Career Center in Findlay and the Apollo Career Center in Lima. All three venues have received LEED Gold certification.

Garmann/Miller architects Mandy Niekamp (left) and Kasey Corbet have acted as administrators on 22 of the firm’s LEED projects.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/12/web1_Applause-Mandy-Niekamp-Kasey-Corbet-credit-GMAE.jpgGarmann/Miller architects Mandy Niekamp (left) and Kasey Corbet have acted as administrators on 22 of the firm’s LEED projects.

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