Regional, industry-leading construction company hires Daniel Gagliano to develop project designs and lead internal team.
MECHANICSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA – Mowery, an industry-leading construction company based in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce the addition of Baltimore, Maryland, native Daniel Gagliano to the team as director of design.
In this position, Gagliano will be responsible for leading our design initiatives for both small- and large-scale projects. He will develop project designs, collaborate with outside design firms, and manage an internal team of architects, engineers, and designers to ensure project timelines and budgets are met.
“At Mowery, we strive to provide a remarkable construction experience, which starts with listening to our clients’ wants and vision for the space. Daniel will play a critical role in working with our clients to develop a design that fulfills their wants while also addressing their needs and functionality for the space,” said Seth Hughes, owner and president at Mowery. “With over 15 years of experience in architecture and knowledge of different design platforms and technology, I am confident Daniel will help our team continue to benefit clients and bring their visions to life,” added Hughes.
Gagliano has over 15 years of professional experience in architecture. He has managed a variety of multi-million-dollar projects from conception to completion in several markets including senior living, education, and healthcare, to name a few. Gagliano graduated from Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning. He has the skillsets necessary to utilize the latest architectural design and building information modeling (BIM) tools and software. Prior to joining the Mowery team, Gagliano served as project architect at a planning, interior design, and architecture firm based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, after beginning his career in Washington, DC.
“We’re excited to continue growing our team with the addition of Daniel. We look forward to how his contributions will benefit both the employee and client experience,” said Hughes.