FGM Architects announced that Kevin Meyer is the new managing director of the St. Louis Region office, succeeding Tim Kwiatkowski, who is now FGMA president.
In a joint statement announcing Meyers’ appointment, FGMA CEO John Dzarnowski and Kwiatkowski said, “As the FGM Architects’ practice continues to grow in municipal, public safety and educational markets, the strong leadership that Kevin brings to our anchor office in the St. Louis/Southern Illinois region is essential to maintain our staff strength and delivery of design excellence to every client, every day.”
Meyer, AIA, joined FGMA in 1998 and is a vice president and principal of the firm. He works across FGMA’s practice areas including PK-12 school design, higher education, federal, municipal, and public safety. His portfolio includes the design of new facilities, complex additions/renovations, health life safety and accessibility modifications.
He received his B.S. in Architectural Studies from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
FGM Architects specializes in projects that enhance the environments where people live, learn, work, play and gather to worship.
Headquartered in Oak Brook, Ill., FGMA is an employee-owned firm with offices in Chicago and O’Fallon, Ill.; St. Louis; Austin, Texas; and Milwaukee.
Its public sector practice areas include PK-12 schools and higher education; municipal and public safety facilities, including police, fire, and emergency operations; recreation centers including golf and tennis clubs; faith-based facilities and a burgeoning portfolio of federal projects.
FGM Architects’ team of 125-plus professionals support clients with services from early strategic facilities planning through building and interior design.
Founded in 1945, FGMA celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2020. Recently, “Building, Design +Construction” named FGMA No. 69 among the “2020 Top 155 Architectures Firms” nationwide.