For many years Bridget Gaddis worked for architecture firms specializing in national retail projects. In addition she has held positions with property owners in tenant coordination, with a national retailer in store planning and with a commercial developer in project planning. “Take a ways” from each one of these positions have provided her with a comprehensive understanding of the industry and the ability to mentor a client through what can be a daunting process.  Since 2011 she had been the owner and principal of Gaddis Architect where she is happy to  be working with a wide variety businesses.

Ms.Gaddis is the author of the “Insights” column on this website, as well as a blog entitled “Real People Don’t Hire Architects.”   She is active in the Alexandria Small Business Development Center, and a frequent contributor to the “Alexandria Small Business Blog.”

Ms. Gaddis holds a professional degree in Interior Design from Kent State University and a professional graduate degree in Architecture from Miami University. She is a Leed Accredited Professional, NCARB certified, currently licensed in NJ, VA, KS, MO, and a member of the America Institute of Architects.