JMT Architecture expands into southeast region
David J. Segmiller, FAIA, NCARB, principal, has joined JMT Architecture to lead and grow the firm’s southeast region markets in our new Charlotte studio.
With more than 30 years of experience in senior living, David specializes in the design and construction of facilities for the aging population. He has taught and lectured extensively across the country in this market. David is passionate about ensuring his client’s needs are met with an approach like no other.
David has served as Lead Instructor for Senior Living Development at the Erickson School, and he previously worked with Johns Hopkins University and the NIC to develop the curriculum and served as faculty for the JHU/NIC Senior Housing and Care program.
He has served on the LeadingAge Business Firm Advisory Committee and many of his projects for seniors have received design awards from Design for Aging and the National Association of Home Builders. David is a former chair and founding member of the Urban Land Institute’s Senior Housing Council.
David has a Master of Science in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Architecture from North Carolina State University, and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University.
David’s expertise in senior housing, education, healthcare, and multi-family housing projects will ensure the success of the growing Southeast region’s community.
“We are thrilled to have Dave join the JMT Architecture team to expand our growing footprint in the southeast. I’ve known him for over 30 years, and he is a great addition to our team and will strengthen our senior living portfolio and other regional markets”, commented Al Rubeling, Jr., FAIA, NCARB, JMT Architecture’s practice leader.