GuernseyTingle adds two new Vice Presidents.
GuernseyTingle is pleased to announce that Amanda R. Running, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and T. Michael Creasy, Associate AIA, have been named Vice Presidents and Stockholders of the Williamsburg-based architectural, interior design and planning firm. As new stockholders, they bring a generation of new ownership to GuernseyTingle as the firm enters its 37th year in business.
“I am honored to welcome Amanda and Michael into leadership roles at GuernseyTingle. They both embody the values of our firm, are active members in our community, and bring exciting perspectives that will define our company’s future,” says Tom Tingle, AIA, President.
Ms. Running joined Guernsey Tingle in 2011.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from North Dakota State University. While at GuernseyTingle, Amanda has elevated her diverse expertise by working on projects ranging from office building interiors to designing elaborate resorts throughout the state. Her passion is partnering with municipalities on public safety projects by creating fire stations and EMS facilities that best serve those who serve our communities.
Her notable projects include the Toano Fire Station, Chesterfield County Fire Station #25 and #5, and Fulcrum Concepts Headquarters at the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport.
Mr. Creasy joined Guernsey Tingle in 2015.
He obtained a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Virginia Tech and a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Tennessee. Additionally, He served the United States Air Force as a Health Care Facilities Officer, where he designed medical facilities throughout the world. Since joining Guernsey Tingle, Mr. Creasy enjoys working with a diverse client base, including residential developers, homeowners, churches, and healthcare facilities. His background gives him a unique ability to deliver successful on-call and design-build projects for military installations throughout the Atlantic coast region.
His highlighted experience includes the Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury Memory Care Facility in Irvington, VA., Saint Bede Catholic Church Expansion in James City County, VA, and a bachelor enlisted quarters renovation at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL.
Since 1983, Guernsey Tingle has grown from a small Williamsburg company into one of the largest architectural firms on the Virginia Peninsula. Their collaborative approach to relationship building, creative visioning, and design-build project delivery have allowed GuernseyTingle to work on numerous exciting projects throughout the US. However, the firm’s principals and primary focus remain the same as the day the doors opened: Clients, Contractors, Consultants, Colleagues, and Community.« Back to news & insights