Gina A. Paul Commercial Studio Leader

Senior Architect / Senior Associate, AIA

Gina has a passion for building relationships within the office, with clients and in the community. She believes getting involved, asking the right questions, listening and seeking creative design solutions, will greatly impact the lives of AMDG’s clients and the success of their businesses and organizations.
Gina Paul, senior architect, senior associate

More About Gina

Professional Experience

AMDG Architects, Incorporated
Grand Rapids, Michigan
April 2019 – Present
Senior Architect, Senior Associate,

Integrated Architecture
Grand Rapids, Michigan
October 1989 – April 2019
Senior Project Manager, Senior Associate

Hobbs + Black Associates, Inc
Ann Arbor, Michigan
May 1988 – October 1989
Project Architect

Corporate Design Group
Ann Arbor, MI
Jan 1986 – April 1988
Project Architect

McLarand Vasquez
Costa Mesa, California
April 1985 – January 1986
Intern Architect

Education

University of Southern California
The School of Architecture
Los Angeles, CA
Bachelor of Architecture – 1984

Art Center of School and Design
Pasadena, California

Royal Institute of British Architects
London, England
Summer Session – 1983

Registrations, Certifications, Awards, Distinctions

Registered Architect in the State of Michigan
Registered Interior Designer in the State of Michigan

Ray and Nancy Loeschner Volunteer Award – Grand Rapids Symphony – 2017
GRPS Academy of Design and Construction – Student Mentor Program, Mentor. 2014-Present
Young Architect of the Year, AIA Grand Rapids (AIA GR) – 1994
USC – Summer Fellowship London 1983
Winner – AIA Los Angeles – Pershing Square Design Competition 1982
Winner – AIA Los Angeles – Historic Model Competition 1981

Interests and Hobbies

  • Traveling anywhere to see great architecture
  • Gina loves attending concerts, especially those of MLC (her husband’s rock band)
  • Cooking and trying out recipes on the family
  • Playing piano for the past 12 years in a “Ladies Piano group”

Fun Fact!

Gina has performed on stage at the Greek Theater and Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and Wealthy Theater and Devos Hall in GR