THE HISTORY OF AG ARCHITECTURE


1960’s
1970’s
1980’s
1987 – Present
1989 – 2001
1990 – 2000
1992
2002
2005
2005 – 2020
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2017
2018
2018
2019
2019
2019
2019
2019
2020

1960’s

The firm is establishing credibility in Southeastern WI for multifamily and skilled nursing project work.

1970’s

The relationship with Life Care Services begins expanding the firm’s work from Milwaukee to Chicago to Minneapolis to Pennsylvania to three major communities in Florida.

1980’s

The firm continues to grow its portfolio of senior living work across the country.

1980’s

1987 – Present

First senior living project with Greystone. This has since evolved into a long-term relationship – completing more than 40 projects together across 19 states.

1987 – Present

1989 – 2001

The firm begins a relationship with Alterra Healthcare that results in the design of more than 120 freestanding memory support and assisted living environments in 26 states.

1990 – 2000

The firm leads the design team for three HOPE VI grants to renovate significant public housing projects in the Milwaukee area.

1992

The firm was reorganized to form Aldrian Guszkowski.

 

2002

The firm is rebranded as AG Architecture and moves its office to the heart of the Wauwatosa community in the historic village area.

2005

The AG Team raises $6,247 during the Cut for Cancer for fellow employee Len Barbieri. And in an act of solidarity male team members shave their heads.

2005 – 2020

AG Architecture’s innovative senior living projects have continuously been recognized in the EFA Design Showcase. Over that time, 10 projects received special recognition, including – (3) Honorable Mentions, (6) Citations of Merit and (1) Best in Show award.

2009

AG Architecture recognized by The Daily Reporter as Newsmakers of the Year: Architect of the Year.

2010

Tracey Schnick recognized by The Daily Reporter as Newsmakers of the Year: Woman in Construction.

2011

Tony Luciano recognized by The Daily Reporter as Newsmakers of the Year: Engineer of the Year.

2012

Tracey Schnick recognized by The Business Journal of Milwaukee as a Woman of Influence.

 

2013

Eric Harrmann recognized by The Daily Reporter as Newsmakers of the Year: Rising Young Professional.

2017

AG Architecture ranked #1 Best Architectural Group in the 2017 Reader Rankings by The Daily Reporter.

Daily Reporter

2018

Steve Alexander retires after a 50-year commitment to AG (and the previous generations of the firm).

Steve Alexander

2018

Gene Guszkowski receives UWM Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award.

2019

Eric Harrmann honored as an Argentum Senior Living Leader Under 40.

2019

Gene Guszkowski named an EFA 2019 Design Champion.

2019

Tracey Schnick honored as a 2019 Woman in Construction by The Daily Reporter.

2019

Mike Miller honored by The Daily Reporter as a 2019 Newsmaker – Team Leader of the Year.

2019

AG honored as a Business Journal Best Place to Work.

2020

AG Architecture announces The Next Generation of Leadership
Chief Design Officer Eric Harrmann, AIA &
Chief Operating Officer Tracey Schnick, AIA

ABOUT US

While a firm’s reputation may be built upon its portfolio of work, the true value is in the people who make up the team. AG Architecture is a firm that has been built on the knowledge and reputation of its people. The roots of our firm date back to 1961 when preceding generations were focused on designing places where people live – innovative multifamily housing, skilled nursing environments and large-scale plan developments.

NATIONAL PROJECT MAP


AWARD WINNING PROJECTS

AG has been committed to the design of innovative senior living environments for the past 50 years. During that time, the firm’s widely respected team of architects, engineers and support specialists has been commissioned to design and construct projects nationwide. These projects are distinguished by AG’s singular ability to develop environments that create a vibrant community atmosphere for residents, while meeting the practical design needs of a wide variety of for profit and not for profit providers. 

AG has been committed to the design of innovative senior living environments for the past 50 years. During that time, the firm’s widely respected team of architects, engineers, and support specialists has been commissioned to design and construct projects nationwide. These projects are distinguished by AG’s singular ability to develop environments that create a vibrant community atmosphere for residents while meeting the practical design needs of a wide variety of for profit and not for profit providers. 

AG has been committed to the design of innovative senior living environments for the past 50 years. During that time, the firm’s widely respected team of architects, engineers and support specialists has been commissioned to design and construct projects nationwide. These projects are distinguished by AG’s singular ability to develop environments that create a vibrant community atmosphere for residents, while meeting the practical design needs of a wide variety of for profit and not for profit providers.