John Gautrey has over 30 years of experience in project management and technical skill on multidisciplinary projects.
His mechanical engineering experience encompasses, commercial, higher education, K-12, sports and recreation, cultural and performing arts, and civic facilities.
With a mechanical engineering background originating from fixing antique steam engines during his college years, John grew into project management of largescale projects in the United Kingdom and the United States, working for world-class architects including Richard Rogers, Rem Koolhaas, Diller, Scifido Renfro, Morphosis, and Richard Meier & Partners. John thrives working on innovative projects that challenge him, and he constantly strives to find the right solution for his client and deliver an excellent final product. He believes that designing sustainable projects is the right thing to do and results in the best buildings.
John has worked on large-scale and nationally-renowned projects such as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels in Los Angeles, the Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive Renovation & Expansion at the University of California, Berkeley, Miller Park Stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ.