Jack Hulme has joined Gable as a Senior Project Designer in a strategic move to expand its comprehensive wayfinding and design package offerings. He brings with him over 25 years of experience in environmental graphics with leading architectural and design firms as a Senior Project Designer and Project Manager. His portfolio of experience will help improve efficiencies within design-build projects while maintaining design integrity.
Hulme joins the Gable team from Ayers Saint Gross Architects in Baltimore where he was a Senior Project Designer. His most recent work included signage and wayfinding master planning and implementation projects predominately for universities across the country. Jack will interface between clients and partners including architects, interior designers, planners, and landscape architects to ensure a consistent, cohesive vision for each project is achieved.
Michael Shulman, Gable’s Senior Vice President of Design and Development, said, “As a professional Environmental Graphic Designer, Jack will be able to serve our clients from the initial stages of planning and programming to design conceptualization and design development, which will allow us to have a design presence from the beginning to the end of a project’s lifecycle.”
“I’m excited to practice my commitment to design solutions that create a strong sense of place in an organization with such a unique design culture and set of values”, said Hulme. “I’ll be able to apply my methodical attention to detail and cost consciousness to a variety of signage solutions.”