Mark Lapointe joined GWWO in 1994 and has over twenty-two years of experience as an architect, project manager and firm leader.  He joined the firm's management team in 1997 and today is dedicated to building long-term client relationships with the firm’s educational, cultural and government clients.

Mark has specialized experience working on higher education projects, particularly new construction within historic campus environments and performing arts facility projects, and has overseen projects for Bowdoin College, Shepherd University, Washington College, the University of Maryland College Park and the University of the Virgin Islands, among other campuses.  He has also built significant relationships with public clients such as the National Park Service, for whom he has led dozens of projects within the United States and its territories, Delaware State Parks and Prince George’s County, Maryland.  His work on park and visitor facility projects has been the subject of presentations Mark has given at several conferences and seminars for museum and interpretive professionals.

Mark is an enthusiastic supporter of Baltimore’s cultural community and is a member of numerous museums and arts organizations.  He is also a supporter and former board president of the Friends of Patterson Park, an organization focused on the management and care of one of Baltimore City’s largest green spaces.  He is a graduate of Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.

Mark Lapointe