Jeremy Burge

Jeremy Burge, AIA, LEED AP, is an Associate Principal of Wingate Hughes Architects and has 17 years of architectural and leadership experience. Jeremy excels in contract and project management, relationship building, business development, and overall office oversight. He is an adept communicator, skilled at working with varied personalities and styles, and executes quality control with precision. Jeremy’s combined architectural and management background, commitment to leading while connecting, and relatable approach ensure the firm performs and designs at its optimal level.

Jeremy believes that effective communication is the most important aspect of a successful project. He prides himself on creating positive relationships with clients and being proactive. He does that by being honest and acting in the client’s best interest. He also focuses on creating an organizational structure at Wingate Hughes that allows for the project team to function efficiently and optimally.

Jeremy joined Wingate Hughes because of the great synergy with the two principals, Gavin Bowie and Gavin Daniels. He shares similar beliefs on how to have successful projects while building relationships within the firm and the commercial architecture community. He embodies the firm motto of ‘Relationship Driven Design,’ even before he came on board at Wingate Hughes.

Jeremy’s big-picture mindset and ability to provide valuable, holistic insight guarantee project decisions result in exceeding client goals. Jeremy’s design experience provides an overarching organizational structure, understanding of deadlines, appreciation of details and time management, and the ability to help staff excel in a supported environment.

Jeremy is a registered architect and LEED accredited professional. Awards include Building, Design & Construction magazine’s 40 Under 40; Principal of the Year by SDA, Hampton Roads Chapter; and AIA Hampton Roads Honor Awards for Emerging Professionals. Jeremy is also a member of the Leadership Greater Washington Class of 2013 and the American Institute of Architects. When Jeremy is not designing offices and managing architects, he plays tennis.

B.Arch., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University – Dean’s List