Andrew Krzysiek has become a partner at Zervas Group Architects in Bellingham.
Krzysiek has worked most of the last 12 years at Zervas Group Architects as a project manager/architect, performing all phases of design, plus construction administration. He spearheaded design of two of the first LEED Gold-certified buildings in Whatcom County: the Whatcom Educational Credit Union Loan Center in Bellingham and the WECU Ferndale branch. (LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an internationally recognized green building certification system.)
Krzysiek also designed the new Lynden City Hall and currently is working with the Jansen Foundation on its adaptive reuse of the former Lynden City Hall as a center for the arts. He received his bachelor of architecture degree from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich.
Founded in 1961 in Bellingham, Zervas Group Architects is a 12-person firm located at 209 Prospect St. The firm’s other partners are Michael E. Smith, FAIA; Terry Brown, AIA, and Sharon Robinson, AIA.
For more information about Zervas Group Architects, call (360) 734-4744 or visit www.zervasgroup.com.