Washington, DC – WDG Architecture in Washington, D.C. has announced the appointment of Steve Schwartzman, AIA, LEED AP, and Buddy Woerner, AIA, as principals.
Steve Schwartzman, AIA, LEED AP, joined WDG in 1999 and serves as project manager. His project experience ranges from the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command Headquarters to 8300 Wisconsin Avenue, the latest mixed-use apartment building in Bethesda, now under construction. He is currently working on the new National Science Foundation headquarters in Alexandria, Va.
Buddy Woerner, AIA, joined WDG in 1998 and manages some of the firm’s most complex projects including office, multi-family, mixed-use, hospitality, and student housing. Woerner has been instrumental in significant commissions with Federal Realty Investment Trust at Rockville Town Square and currently at Pike & Rose, both in Maryland. His recent urban revitalization experience includes working in Washington, D.C. with Camden Property Trust in NoMA and Toll Brothers at the Capitol Riverfront, and in Bethesda, Md., with the Donohoe Companies.
About WDG Architecture
WDG Architecture is a leading architectural, planning, and interior design firm with a national practice in mixed-use, multifamily residential, university, hospitality, office, and government design projects. The firm, which has offices in Washington, D.C., and Dallas, has designed numerous projects for public- and private-sector clients and consistently appears in the “Top 25 Architectural Firms” rankings in the Washington area according to the Washington Business Journal. Nationally, WDG Architecture is an ENR “Top 500” design firm, is ranked in the top 50 in the nation by ENR for “Green Design,” and has ranked first in the nation in green design for multi-unit residential projects. The firm has received many awards from AIA, the Congress of New Urbanism, NAIOP, and other organizations. For more information, visit www.wdgarch.com.