Bloomfield Hills, Mich., September 28, 2015 — Matthew Guinta, AIA and Danielle O’Neal, AIA, of Bloomfield Hills based TMP Architecture, Inc., have passed their state licensing exams and have received architectural registrations in the state of Michigan.
Guinta joined TMP as an architectural intern in September 2014, after working with other Detroit-area firms for four years. He received a Master of Architecture degree in 2008 and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree in 2007 from University of Detroit Mercy. Guinta received the AIA Michigan Associate Award in 2014. Guinta lives in Detroit.
Guinta has been involved in various educational projects at TMP including current work for Michigan State University, St. Clair County Community College, Lake Superior State University, and Kalamazoo College. He has also worked on K-12 projects for Novi Community School District and Perrysburg Schools in Ohio.
O’Neal joined TMP as an architectural intern in December 2013. She received a Master of Architecture degree in 2005 and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree in 2003 from Texas Tech University. She was the AIA Detroit Emerging Professionals Committee Chair from 2013 to 2014 and was the AIA Volunteer of the Year in 2012. O’Neal lives in Dearborn.
O’Neal has been involved in various educational projects at TMP including K-12 projects for Dearborn Public Schools, Port Huron Schools, and Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. She also worked on the new Student Fitness Center at University of Detroit Mercy.
About TMP Architecture, Inc.
TMP has offices in Portage and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and produces a variety of projects for college/university, K-12 educational and municipal clients. Some of the firm’s current work includes several projects for Spring Lake Public Schools, the new Varsity Golf Team Practice and Training Facility at Michigan State University, and new facilities for the University of Michigan’s South Athletic Campus.