Fort Worth, TX – Quorum Architects announces the addition of Justin to the growing staff. Mabe moved to Texas from California where he worked as Project Manager with DC Architects and before that, HMC Architects, where he also helped the firm develop new business.

In his new role at Quorum, Mabe manages projects for the firm’s Army & Air Force Exchange Services (The Exchange) client. Headquartered in Dallas, The Exchange is the largest retailer for US military installations worldwide. Quorum has worked with the client for 24 years, providing architectural and interior design services for retail and restaurant projects in more than 30 states, Japan and Korea.

“Justin has 22 years of experience with a wide range of project types. He’s a great addition to the team,” says Quorum Founder and Principal, David Lee.

“After learning that Quorum was hiring, I contacted a public safety specialist architect I’d worked with in California who had also consulted with Quorum. He only had positive things to say about his experiences working with Quorum and the staff.”

Currently working towards his professional licensure, Mabe is employed full-time at Quorum and works a part-time job in the evenings while raising two kids with his wife, Sarah. He also plans to join a local volunteer fire department, having volunteered for the Riverside County Fire Department previously.

Supervising Architect, Gayland Leddy says of Mabe, “Justin has the appropriate skills, energy, and stamina to succeed on the government design team. I can see him managing the team in the future.”

“Quorum has proven they understand how to develop staff and leaders from within. That’s just the kind of firm I was looking for when I began this search almost a year ago. I feel like I found my home when I found Quorum.”

Quorum Architects, Inc., founded in 1992, is an architectural and interior design firm based in
Fort Worth, Texas with a reputation for creating imaginative and functional solutions for our clients. They recently received Small Business of the Year Award from the Fort Worth Chamber.


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