SchenkelShultz Architecture recently announced the addition of Nathalie White as a designer in the firm’s Fort Myers office. In this role, White will serve as a key member of the design team, and will spearhead the firm’s engagement in the Southwest Florida community.
“We are excited to welcome Nathalie to our team,” said Gary F. Krueger, a Partner, and leader of SchenkelShultz’s Fort Myers office. “She has a strong passion for design and technical talents that will be instrumental to the ongoing growth of our firm, which has been a part of this community for nearly three decades.”
With more than ten years of experience, White has been a critical team member on SchenkelShultz’s current work at the Naples Airport, as well as the new Estero Fire Station #45 a 19,200 SF facility which is scheduled to open in 2022. White comes to SchenkelShultz with significant experience within the hospitality, luxury residential, civic, and healthcare markets. She served as an integral member of the architecture teams for many Fort Myers-area projects, including the Amavida Senior Living Community, Lee Health Gulf Coast Medical Center Plantation Freestanding Skilled Nursing, and FineMark National Bank & Trust Headquarters.
White earned a Bachelor’s of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida and is a current member in the Real Estate Investment Society (REIS) of Southwest Florida.