Carmina Wood Morris, DPC promotes Architect to Partner

The Partners of Carmina Wood Morris, DPC (CWM) are pleased to announce they will be adding a new member to their leadership team; Michael R. Bray, RA joined the firm in 2001, just after its inception and will now hold the title of Partner.  He has been an important part of the firm from the very beginning; starting out as lead Draftsman and growing into increasingly more significant project management roles during his tenure, Mike has helped to grow and identify the firm as an upstanding company in Western New York. He has played an integral part in many of the firms marque projects, most recently Hyatt Place, Niagara Falls, Salvatore’s boutique hotel The Delavan, The Seneca Nation’s William Seneca Administration Building, 100 South, and Batavia City Hall. In this position, Michael will continue to lead the firm through improvements in project implementation while maintaining his role as a primary designer in the firm for a diverse range of projects. He joins Steven J. Carmina, AIA, R. Christopher Wood, PE, Jonathan H. Morris, AIA and Pamela Timby-Straitiff, CID, IIDA as the newest Stockholder. 

Michael is a University at Buffalo alumnus and a Registered Architect in the State of New York.

Another of CWM’s partners, Steve Carmina, states “We are looking forward to his continued success as Partner, as well as his many contributions to developing the future of CWM.”

A leader in local historic preservation efforts, CWM will be honored in February as the firm celebrates their fifteenth year of business in the Architecture Engineering and Interior Design industry. CWM has developed a distinct reputation for their design and technical skills. The principals of CWM credit the success of their firm to the attention to detail, aesthetics, and service given to each project and client. They are a dynamic team collaborating to achieve innovative solutions, grounded in core values, respected in their profession and community.