Continued Growth in Hospitality and Heatlhcare Spurs DSGW to Welcome Three New Employees

DSGW Architects, a leader in healthcare and  hospitality design throughout the Midwest, adds three new employees to support  the growth and development of the firm.

Jim Gregory, intern architect, joins  DSGW’s Duluth office. He is proficient in Revit and 3-D modeling and is focused  on designing hospitality destinations. Jim graduated with a Masters of  Architecture at the University of Kansas. While earning his master’s degree, he  studied abroad in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic.

Katherine Gerzina has two years of experience in planning and creating  architectural drawings for healthcare clients. She joins the Duluth office as  an intern architect to DSGW’s Healthcare Studio. Prior to DSGW, Katherine  worked with C. Johnson & Associates in Chicago. She earned her Masters of  Architecture at the University of Illinois Chicago.

Corrie Ehrbright also joins the Duluth office. As executive  assistant, she will manage office operations and provide support throughout all  phases of a project. Corrie graduated with a degree in English from the College  of St. Scholastica.

“We  welcome these talented individuals to our team and look forward to their  contributions,” said John Scott, CEO of DSGW. “Their enthusiasm and attention  to detail will add to the high level of client satisfaction we strive to  achieve in all of our projects.”