Brian founded COR3 in 2011 after decades of experience with other firms. A native of Connecticut, Brian completed his education at Clemson University, where he graduated in 1995.
After working as an intern in the design field for a small Greenville architectural firm for three years, Brian took a project manager position with a local general contracting construction firm. In 2000, Brian returned to the design field with a Greenville architectural firm, where he was quickly promoted to Director of Retail Studio. Five years later, he started the Commercial Retail Division of another Greenville firm and grew the division for six years. Brian started COR3 Design, LLC in 2011 with one simple principle: service to its clients and community. Since then, the business has grown to include 27 states and 5 million square feet of completed space, all thanks to his vision.
Micah has over 25 years of professional experience in commercial architecture with a focus on retail and client relations. His project management expertise includes commercial, residential, and religious architecture with extensive experience in both CAD drafting and IT management of computer hardware and software.
Micah started working at COR3 in September 2011 as a Contract Project Manager. In April of 2012, he moved to a full time Project Manager position, overseeing projects from schematic design through construction documents and building completion. Over the years, Micah has established strong relationships with clients, consultants, and contractors, and in January of 2020, he became Jr. Partner at COR3.
Mike has over 40 years of professional experience in the architectural field including programming, conceptual design, project coordination/management, construction documents, and construction administration. Mike also has expertise in code analysis and specification writing, along with training in roofing and waterproofing specialties. His project experience includes retail, industrial, general office, government, healthcare and master planning. He is a graduate of Clemson University, a Certified Construction Specification writer (from CSI), is NCARB certified, and holds membership in both American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). Mike is currently licensed in 28 states.
Mike has served the Greenville community for over 18 years as a member of the Greenville County Construction Board of Appeals and is a 10-year member of CSI Greenville Board of Directors.
Terri has over 20 years of professional experience in bookkeeping and accounting duties. With a strong audit and tax background, Terri provides her clients with expert advice, professionalism, and respect of employee and client confidentiality. In her role at COR3, Terri is responsible for the everyday operations of the firm, including accounting, payroll, human resources, and office management.
Terri is passionate about helping business owners and individuals manage and grow their financial well-being. She has expertise in Quickbooks, Excel, Word, and a variety of Blackbaud software solutions. From 2016 to 2019, Terri also served as Treasurer on the Fine Arts Centers Partners Board, of which she has a unique interest thanks to the artistic talents of her children.
Marie is a bird of passage, traveling from Egypt, where she earned her Egyptian architecture license, to pursue her career path
Khris has a passion for the performing arts, playing the Clarinet in the Foothills Philharmonic Orchestra. She also teaches aerial silks classes at Motive School of Movement with Aerial Ambitions.
Jessica is bilingual in Spanish and English and hopes to become fluent in French or Italian one day. She has a love for construction, design, and home renovation projects.
Jonathan is a member of the American Institute of Architects with a 20-year background in multifamily developments, ten of which focused on the senior living sector. A native of New Jersey, he currently resides in Florida while working remotely with the Greenville team. Jonathan received his BA from the Roger Williams University School of Architecture and his MA in Architecture from Yale University School of Architecture.
He is passionate about client relationships, keeping integrity at the forefront of everything he does. In his free time, Jonathan enjoys documenting historically significant industrial architectural structures using black and white film photography—focusing mainly on power plants, steel mills, and cement plants. He is even featured in a documentary film discussing the architectural significance of historic power plants in Philadelphia.