Andrew Gutowski, a registered Architect, is a development and project manager with more than 30 years of experience. He has a proven ability to create value by solving programmatic, entitlement, design, and construction problems. Andrew’s project history includes extensive experience in hospitality, urban development, multi-family TOD, mixed-use, the adaptive reuse of historic properties, sustainable design, and more. Previously, Andrew was an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University, where he lectured on Design and Construction Management for the GMU School of Management. Andrew has a long history in the hospitality industry, having worked for such companies as Hilton Worldwide, Sheraton, and The JBG Companies.
Andrew holds a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, a Master of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia.
American Institute of Architects
Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Real Estate Council, 2010
Past Adjunct Professor, Design and Construction Management, George Mason University, 2011
Town of Culpeper, Virginia, Vice Chairman, Historic District Architecture Review Board, 2001-2008
The University of Virginia, School of Architecture Foundation, 2006-2010
Woodberry Forest School, Virginia, Advisory Council, 2007-2010
Lived and owned a business in Poland.