Moore Wilson Adds Bench Strength

Carolynn Wilson and Tom Moore are excited to announce the addition of two senior staff to our Moore Wilson team.

The New Year saw Senior Associate, Gary Bearham Architect AIBC, LEED AP, CIM, CSC, and senior technologist, George Gogoulis, joining our staff of 12 at our Herald Street studios. Their addition will enhance the QC and QA initiatives within the office and bolster our production team currently working on $45 million of construction documents for our institutional and commercial clients.

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Welcome aboard Gary and George.


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Gary Bearham

With 40 years experience, Gary has been a registered architect in Alberta and British Columbia for 25 years. Gary’s areas of expertise include Project Management and Specification writing for large scale institutional, health care and commercial projects. Gary looks forward to reconnecting with former clients as he works on projects in the Greater Victoria area. Over the past 15 years Gary worked previously with Carolynn and Tom at Moore Paterson Architects and Stantec. While with Stantec, he most recently was project manager for the $400 million North Island Hospitals P3 project in Courtenay – Comox and Campbell River currently under construction.

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George Gogoulis

George has practiced as an architectural technologist since 1991. George’s varied work experience as a project manager includes aquatic/recreational, civic/community, educational, large scale residential, institutional, and commercial projects. Previously, over the past two decades, George worked as a Senior Technologist and Project Manager with VDA Architecture Limited, D’Ambrosio Architecture+Urbanism, HCMA, and Merrick Architecture before joining Studio 531 Architects Inc.

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