Our People

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Joe Weithman, AIA, CDT, LEED AP

Mr. Weithman has over 25 years of experience as an architect with Public and Civic building projects. Since 2005 he has served in a leadership role as Project Manager for several City of Columbus projects. Joe’s focus is on design and delivering high quality, client-centered solutions. Joe has the ability to draw upon his practical experience in the construction trades and merge that with his design talent to create projects that are both functionally and aesthetically superior. Joe will serve as the Project Manager for the Columbus Police and Fire Joint Wellness Center project, and will be the primary point of contact between all team members and the City of Columbus.

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B.J. Mull AIA, CSI, CCS, LEED AP

Mr. Mull has nearly 30 years of experience within the architectural profession and has been a Registered Architect since 1992. Bradley has a proven track record serving as the Project Architect on many successful projects with the City of Columbus including the Police Property Room, The Impound Lot, and the Far East Side Neighborhood Policing Center, to name just a few. He has demonstrated the ”rare” ability to seamlessly coordinate the efforts of the entire Mull & Weithman design team, focusing on the infinite details of the project, while maintaining accountability to the overall project budget and schedule.

Joe Malone, LEED AP

Mr. Malone has over 20 years of experience in architecture with an emphasis on Public and Civic building projects. Since 2008 he has been accredited by the USGBC as a LEEP AP working on several LEED and sustainably designed projects including the nation’s first LEED Gold parking garage. Joe has a wide range of skills that will allow him to contribute in all phases of the work, from early presentations to construction documents.

 

Alexis Gauthier, LEED GA

Mrs. Gauthier has over 5 years of experience in architecture with various project types. Since 2016 she has been accredited by the USGBC as a LEED Green Associate and has worked on several LEED and sustainably designed projects. Alexis has a wide range of skills that will allow her to contribute in all phases of the work, from early presentations to construction documents.

Alexis was heavily involved in the design and preparation of schematic and construction drawings for the City of Columbus Police Substation No. 1. She led the design team BIM coordination and re- zoning efforts.