Nicholas palluth

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Nicholas spent the first 18 years of his life in Fort Worth, Texas. Deciding to seek new experiences, he took advantage of the opportunity to attend college in Vermont.  Nick always had a passion for food, art, and culture and thought that Vermont and Architecture school would be able to support his passion.  His primary goal was to get an education.  Little did he know that his best friend at college had ulterior motives, and he would be leaving college with more than a degree—he’d leave with a partner for life.   

In 2012, Nick graduated with a Master of Architecture from the nation’s oldest private military college—Norwich University.  Deciding they had enough of the cold, Nick and his wife moved to Texas, settling in Fort Worth.  That same summer, Nick began working for GSBS.  As his first job since graduating, he has been fortunate to be involved in a number of various projects.  Nick was licensed by the state of Texas in the spring of 2015. 

Away from the office, Nick has an appreciation for soccer. On the field, he is involved with local soccer associations as a referee. At home, he cheers on Arsenal—an English Premier League club. When there is no soccer to be watched or games to be refereed, Nick is slowly working towards becoming a beer aficionado. He channels his creativity on the weekends by brewing various styles of beer—hoping the aromas of malts, hops, and the occasional spice doesn’t offend his wife.  Nick enjoys celebrating an Arsenal victory with one of his home brews.

Notable Projects:
• Tarrant County Northeast Courthouse
• DC International
• Trophy Club Public Safety Building

Professional Affiliations:
• American Institute of Architects
• Texas Society of Architects
• U.S. Green Building Council
• CREW Fort Worth
• Fort Worth Downtown Neighborhood Alliance
• North Texas Soccer Association

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