Andrew Packey is a registered architect at DMSAS, joining the summer of 2016 after graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s of Architecture and a Minor in Philosophy. His thesis project for a new central train station in New Orleans won the Gertrude S. Sollitt Prize for Architectural Structure. Growing up in Cocoa Beach FL, he traveled extensively around the U.S with his family, visiting such beautiful cities as New York, Chicago, Boston, and New Orleans. His love for architecture and all it can achieve was ignited by seeing how the character of these cities was defined by their beautiful buildings and the appreciation people have towards them.
Andrew has contributed to several DMSAS projects starting with The Waycroft in Ballston, VA and Zeppos College at Vanderbilt University. Most recently serving as the Job Captain for Cook Children’s Prosper Hospital and the Mellon Hall Renovation at St John’s College in Annapolis, MD.