Maggie Gillam, P.A., NCARB

Architect, Principal

Master of Architecture, Kansas State University
8 years Architectural Experience

Contact Information: mgillam@jgrarchitects.com

Maggie brings creativity and modern expertise to JGR. She is passionate about working in the architecture and construction industry. For her, watching the design and construction process unfold and viewing the end product is genuinely fulfilling. Every day presents something different and exciting.  She is avidly involved in the community as the Vice President of the Salina Area Young Professionals Steering Committee, a member of the Friends of the Smoky Hill Museum Board, a member of the Downtown Design Review Board, a member of the Salina Innovation Foundation Board and volunteers for the Friends of the Salina Animal Shelter.  Her knack for learning computer programs quickly and creating renderings for clients has proven her capabilities and talent.

 

She is currently juggling many projects ranging in size from small remodels and “face lifts” to very large multi-family housing developments. She stays involved and dedicated in each stage of the project, all the way from schematic design to finalizing on-site construction inspections. She has been a key team member in the design of the KSU Bulk Solids Innovation Center, the transformation of the Assurance Partners Office, the historic rehabilitation at the Lee Lofts, the innovative Fairways at Ironhorse: Boutique Retirement Community, and many, many others.

 

Having lived in Salina for over 30 years, she enjoys watching the community grow and prosper, as well as being close to friends and family.  She and her husband are active Alumni of Kansas State University, and they spend a majority of their fall Saturdays at Bill Snyder Family Stadium or cheering on the Wildcats when they are on the road. In the summer, you can find Maggie spending time at the lake and entertaining her two dogs: Coco and Deigo.