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Architect

William Frederick Gartz, American architect. Registered architect, Washington. Chairman crime committee Capitol Hill Community Council, 1978-1979; president Phinney Ridge Community Council 1991-1992. Member American Institute of Architects (honor award Colorado 1987, Seattle chapter 1988).

Background

Gartz, William Frederick was born on November 12, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Frederick Samuel and Lillian Louise (Korschetz) Gartz.

Education

Bachelor in Architectural Education, U. Washington, 1976; Master of Architecture, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1983.

Career

Project architect, McCool McDonald Architect, Seattle, 1976-1977; Project architect, Morse Stafford Architects, Seattle, 1977-1980; Project architect, Davis & Fatica, Milwaukee, 1982-1983; Project architect, The Callison Partnership Ltd., Seattle, since 1984. Principal Gartz Architects, Seattle, 1983-1984.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Washington.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Inn at Semi-Ah-Moo, Blaine, Washington, 1987, Carillon Point-Woodmark Hotel, Kirkland, Washington, 1988, international resorts, Thailand, The Philippines, Malaysia, 1996-1998, Westin Palms Resort, Orlando, Florida, ski resorts Big Mountain, Jackson Hole, Schweitzer Mountain, Mammoth Mountain, 1996-2001.

Membership

Chairman crime committee Capitol Hill Community Council, 1978-1979. President Phinney Ridge Community Council 1991-1992. Member American Institute of Architects (honor award Colorado 1987, Seattle chapter 1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: mountain climbing, watercolor painting.

Connections

father:
Frederick Samuel Gartz

mother:
Lillian Louise (Korschetz) Gartz