Ware Malcomb recently opened a new office at Edison Properties’ Ironside Newark building at 110 Edison Place in Newark. — Courtesy: Edison Properties
By Joshua Burd
Design firm Ware Malcomb has named a new principal in its Northeast region.
The practice, which is based in Irvine, California, announced that it has promoted Edward Mayer to principal, architecture in its Newark and New York offices. In this position, he is responsible for the overall leadership and growth of the architecture studios for the Northeast region.
“Ed’s 25-plus years of architectural experience and strong management skills have been a tremendous asset to Ware Malcomb’s Northeast regional operations,” said Kenneth Wink, Ware Malcomb’s CEO. “His leadership has led to the continued expansion of our services in multiple states throughout the region. We congratulate Ed on his success and well-deserved promotion to principal.”
A licensed architect in New York and New Jersey, Mayer joined Ware Malcomb in 2016 as studio manager, architecture for the firm’s New Jersey office. As a result of his success in growing the architecture practice, he was promoted in 2018 to director, architecture for New Jersey and New York.
Mayer has worked across the region on significant projects in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York and Maryland, including several multistory distribution buildings as well as large land planning assignments, according to a news release. With a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Notre Dame, he is an active member of NAIOP and represents Ware Malcomb at industry events throughout the region.