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Greg Mullin Joins PGAL as Principal in Atlanta

Greg Mullin, AIA, LEED AP, has joined PGAL, an international architecture, engineering, and planning firm, as Principal of its Atlanta office.

An experienced architect, project manager, and team leader, Mullin most recently served as Director of Operations at Collins Cooper Carusi Architects in Atlanta. In this role, he oversaw the design firm’s operational and business practices.  

He previously co-founded Nodus LLC, an award-winning Atlanta architecture firm that grew to 10 employees. During his seven-year tenure, he served as principal-in-charge of numerous projects and earned the Emerging Voices in Architecture Award from the Atlanta chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

“Greg brings operational expertise, strong project leadership experience, and an entrepreneurial spirit to our Atlanta practice,” says PGAL Executive Vice President Jeff Weiner, AIA. “Our clients and people will benefit from his expertise and leadership.”

Mullin received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Virginia, a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA degree from Georgia State University. He currently serves as Treasurer of AIA Atlanta.   

“I joined PGAL because the firm’s core values of design excellence, client service, business management, and culture align with mine,” Mullin says. “The breadth and depth of PGAL’s experience combined with its focus on client-centered design solutions provide a strong foundation for expanding the firm’s presence in the Atlanta and Southeast markets.”

PGAL’s Atlanta office is located at 1425 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd., Suite 15.  Notable Atlanta projects include the $262M Rental Car Center, $102M Delta Air Lines Baggage Handling System Expansion, and the $47M Concourse C Midpoint Expansion at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), as well as the $55M expansion of the Georgia World Congress Convention Center.

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