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Mike McGlone, FAIA

Senior Principal

Mike McGlone is a founding principal of Alamo Architects and a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. In his 45-year career, he has led some of the firm’s most prominent projects for public and non-profit, religious, educational, and historic clients, including the Fairmont Hotel move, restoration and addition, the innovative restoration of Wheatley Middle School, and the Hawn Hotel, Arcadia Theater and Sears Buildings adaptive re-use. Consistent with the firm’s core values, Mike has always sought to inject design energy, better building processes, and context-sensitive solutions into the design process through collaboration.

Leading the firm’s Adaptive Reuse and Special Projects Studio, he oversaw Alamo Architect’s award-winning So Flo Office Studios, which involved the repurposing of a 1940’s industrial fabrication shop into an energy-efficient, technologically advanced, collaborative workspace. Mike has been involved with leadership and service to the AIA for over 25 years, serving as President of AIA San Antonio, the Texas Society of Architects, and most recently on the AIA’s Strategic Council. For his service on the Strategic Council was recognized as a Louise Blanchard Bethune Fellow in 2022. In 2023 he was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows his significant contributions to reshape AIA practices at the local, state, and national level.

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin | 1978