Gawron Turgeon Architects Names New Principal
Gawron Turgeon Architects recently named Rebecca Dillon as Principal and Vice President of Architecture with the long-time, Scarborough architectural firm.
Rebecca, a Registered Architect in Maine and Massachusetts, has been with the firm for 24 years, building positive client relationships for the duration. Her commitment to senior living and healthcare has contributed greatly to the firm’s growth, providing award-winning architecture to senior care facilities throughout New England. Rebecca holds her Bachelor of Architecture from Boston Architectural College and is a LEED Accredited Professional and NCARB certified.
“Mary (Turgeon) and I have known Rebecca for a long time, her progression to becoming Principal was natural,” stated Stan Gawron, founder of Gawron Turgeon Architects. “Her work, her client solutions, her passion for seniors, her guidance to new architects in the field – has all been paramount in the overall growth here at GTA.”
About Gawron Turgeon Architects
Gawron Turgeon Architects, founded in 1983, delivers innovative design through the integration of each of their disciplines; architecture, master planning, landscape architecture and interior design. With an excellent reputation planning and designing senior living facilities and nursing communities, Gawron Turgeon Architects also plans for Corporate Offices, Banks & Credit Unions, Auto Dealerships, Healthcare and Non-Profit Organizations. Gawron Turgeon Architects stand behind the sound principles of providing quality service to clients, and committing to design excellence for each and every project.