GuernseyTingle congratulates Vice President T. Michael Creasy, AIA, and Architect Peyton Bright, AIA, on their recent architectural licensures. They are the latest members of the Williamsburg-based firm to pass rigorous state and national certification requirements including the Architect Registration Examination®, a multi-division exam designed to assess aspects of architectural practice related to health, safety, and welfare.
Creasy joined GuernseyTingle in 2015 and manages the firm’s federal installation projects, working closely with design-build general contractors and serving as the Design Project Manager on design-build contracts. He currently manages design efforts for projects with Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia, Fort Benning in Fort Benning, Georgia, Fort Lee in Hopewell, Virginia, and the Naval Weapons Station in Yorktown, Virginia.
Creasy’s design experience also includes the Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury Memory Care Facility in Irvington, VA., the Saint Bede Catholic Church expansion in James City County, VA, and a bachelor enlisted quarters renovation at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL.
Before GuernseyTingle, Creasy served as a Health Facilities Officer with the U.S. Air Force, developing conceptual plans for Air Force medical projects around the globe. He continues to support veteran affairs through the Society of American Military Engineers. Creasy earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Tennessee.
Bright has been with GuernseyTingle for four years and currently supports residential, multi-family and resort design projects. A graduate of Virginia Tech, he has significant experience using digital graphics to visualize designs. His work includes the Downtown Hampton Implementation Study, bringing the ideas of local business owners to life through a 3D visual flyover of a new downtown area. Bright has also supported projects with Busch Gardens Williamsburg, CHUKKA Caribbean Adventures, and the City of Petersburg.
Recently, Bright became the firm’s second architect to relocate to Charlottesville, Virginia, a region where GuernseyTingle is further enhancing its service capabilities.
GuernseyTingle has grown to become one of the largest architectural firms on the Virginia Peninsula and a leader in the team-build design philosophy that emphasizes collaboration and partnership with clients. The firm employs 12 licensed architects currently, representing over half of the professional staff, and more are working toward licensure.« Back to news & insights