Wheaton Sprague Adds to Consulting Team

Glass Magazine
November 3, 2017
COMMERCIAL, FABRICATION : PEOPLE
Griese
Bartolt
Mangione

Wheaton Sprague Building Envelope welcomed new additions to its consulting teams. The company added Paul Griese as senior design consultant for the building envelope consulting division, Bob Bartolt as a consultant for the Cincinnati office, and Anthony Mangione as an intern architect for the building envelope consulting department.

Griese comes to Wheaton Sprague with nearly twenty years' experience in the commercial construction industry, including a background in design consulting collaboration with architects; technical consulting and dispute resolution for general and subcontractors; property condition reports; forensic investigations and litigation support; thermal analysis; and incorporation of building science principles. Griese has a special personal interest in research and development of building envelope integration with mechanical systems. 

Bartolt is a registered architect experienced in all phases of the design and construction process. His most recent position was with VSWC Architects in Mason, Ohio, where he served for two and a half years as senior project architect and project manager. Bartolt’s previous experience is with KZF Design Inc. of Cincinnati, Steed Hammond Paul Architects of Hamilton, Ohio, and Burgess & Niple Ltd. of Cincinnati. 

Mangione started with Wheaton Sprague originally in the drafting, design and modeling department where he served a few months as a project design technician. Previously, he served as a designer/intern architect at Westlake, Reed, Leskosky, an architecture firm in Northeast Ohio.