John M. Sheskey, RA, NCARB
John Sheskey established Sheskey Architects, formerly John M. Sheskey + Associates, Inc., in 1981 in Quincy Massachusetts. Since that time, John has cultivated strong client relationships in the private sector, working on a diverse range of building types throughout the Greater Boston Area and New England. John holds a particular interest in local community based initiatives which directly impact families of the surrounding communities. These initiatives are represented by organizations such as YMCA’s, Community Centers, Senior Housing, Senior Day Care and Child Day Care.
Kenneth J. Hagan, AIA
Ken Hagan has been with Sheskey Architects since its inception in 1981, and acts as a managing director and principal client contact. As principal‐in‐charge and team leader for a variety of residential, institutional, commercial and mixed‐use projects, Ken works closely with project team members throughout all phases of design. Ken’s particular interests lie in the design of residential and mixed‐use projects within the urban fabric, developing architecture that responds to the surrounding community while satisfying the specific program and budgetary requirements of each client. He also has extensive experience with a number of repeat clients in the suburban multi‐family residential sector.
Garry W. Gardner, AIA, NCARB
Vice President, Principal
Garry Gardner has been with Sheskey Architects since 1985, and acts as principal‐in‐charge and team leader for a variety of residential, commercial and mixed‐use projects. As a managing director of office operations and principal client contact, Garry works closely with project team members throughout all phases of the design process. His extensive experience working with developer client teams and understanding of developer needs and processes has led to multiple projects and repeat relationships with clients. He has also developed a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of adaptive re‐use of existing buildings and has successfully completed both residential and mixed‐use solutions for historic properties.