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Mark Loudermilk Architecture Welcomes Three Interns

By Staff Reports, posted Jun 20, 2022
Bryan Stewart (from left), Quincy Rackley and Ryan Carter are summer interns at Mark Loudermilk Architecture in Wilmington. (Photos courtesy of Mark Loudermilk Architecture)

Wilmington-based Mark Loudermilk Architecture has added three interns this summer, according to a recent announcement.

The firm's interns are Bryan Stewart, a third-year student at the University of North Carolina Charlotte School of Architecture; Quincy Rackley, a third-year student at the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at Bowling Green State University; and Ryan Carter, a second-year student at the UNC Charlotte School of Architecture.

"These students are working full time this summer to assist us with all our projects," stated a news release from the architecture firm, which is located at 201 N. Front St. in downtown Wilmington. "They are learning hands-on REVIT training and the business of architecture. This fits within our mission of training the next generation of architects."

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