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John Burk updated their profile
Jan 9, 2012

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John Burk commented on Terri Hitchcock's group Random Acts of Kindness
"Terri, great group. Thank you for starting this discussion. The stories are inspiring. Because of the marketing I do I often hear stories of good deeds. They always brighten my day. While I realize that everyone in the group has or is going through…"
Aug 30, 2010

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John Burk was featured
Jun 19, 2010

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John Burk commented on Sarah's blog post New New York Restaurant Gets Socialized
"Sarah, thank you for posting this. I enjoyed reading this as I tend to agree with most of the thoughts expressed. Eventually though it all comes down to the quality of the food and service. You can have all the gimmicks in the world, but that only…"
Jun 19, 2010

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John Burk commented on Kathleen Wood's blog post The Thank You Challenge!
"Hi Kathleen, Excellent posting! As someone who has been in management for a long time I would offer the following comments about your observations, which I may add are similar to what I have observed for a long time. When you note that you hear…"
Jun 19, 2010

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Owner
Company
Gang 2 Architects
Website
http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnburk
Twitter Handle
JohnBurk_Gang2
What best describes my company
Other
Interests
Consulting, Discovering New Food, Discovering New Wines, Finding Investors, Learning, Networking, New Locations, Other
Personal Quote
Love designing and helping people. Architecture is the perfect profession for that.
Biography
John Burk, NCARB
Owner, Gang 2 Architects
Architectural Specialist, Strato Hotel Consultants
Associate, Harlequin Investments
B.S. Architecture, University of Kentucky

With extensive experience in architecture and construction we bring experience to your building design needs that matches anyone in the profession. On every project we strive to make your dreams come true by giving you a commercial or residential building or development that matches your desires and needs in a cost effective manner. Our goal is to satisfy your design needs for every project you develop and to become a trusted advisor for any of your design or development needs. With extensive connections and experience with multiple size and type projects we have the capability to assemble the team best suited to achieve your design goals for every project you are involved with. If your needs consist of a new building, an addition, a renovation, a tenant build out or development assistance we can provide the services to accomplish your needs, goals and desires.

Gang 2 Architects is located in C******, Georgia U.S.A., a suburb of Atlanta. We are an innovative, non-traditional, more than full service architectural firm. Our collaborative method used on projects allows us to create a team for your project that maximizes services needed to complete your project on time and in budget. We facilitate project needs by assembling the team necessary to insure success for your project. Our services are offered in forty eight states and Jamaica. We are ready to expand the concept to other areas as opportunities develop.

Services include locating and evaluating sites, providing access to funding sources we have developed, performing due diligence needs, providing pre-construction services, all architectural, sustainable design, engineering and interior design services, estimating services, construction management and contractors can be made available through our network. There are connections that are helpful for providing software applications for operations, building maintenance and cost segregation. We accommodate your needs either under our umbrella of services or by putting you directly in touch with the solution to your needs.

How can we assist you today? No project is too small or too large and referrals are always appreciated.
Years in the Industry
46

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Building Types Project Locations
Hospitality(Restaurant) Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada
Hotels Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Japan, Pennsylvania, Colorado
Retail North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee
Office/Commercial Georgia, Kentucky, Florida, Japan
Golf & Community Clubhouse Georgia, South Carolina, Wisconsin
Childcare Facilities Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Arizona, Colorado
Telecommunication Facilities Georgia, Texas, California, Washington, D.C.
Industrial Facilities Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, North Carolina, Canada
Institutional Facilities Florida, Kentucky
Office/Distribution Georgia, Kentucky
Education – K to 12 and Higher Education Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida
Religious Kentucky
Transportation Kentucky, Indiana, New Jersey, Georgia
Multifamily Residential Georgia, Kentucky
Single Family Residence Georgia, Kentucky
Dental Facilities Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi

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At 10:16am on June 22, 2010, Sybil Presley said…
Hi from Sybil!
Please read my Be Kind To Food Servrs blog.
I would love for you to send me an email if you like my Be Kind To Food Servers Month. Congressman Steve Cohen is getting it nationally recognized through Congress.
I need emails of support from businesses and groups to submit to Congressman Cohen. sybilpresley@bellsouth.net
At 2:13pm on June 20, 2010, Sybil Presley said…
Hi from Sybil in Memphis!
I am inviting you to be my friend!
My Group is Be Kind To Food Servers,
At 6:43am on November 13, 2009, Terri Hitchcock said…
John, I just read your addition to the mojo section and all I can say is "from your lips to everyone else's ears, sir!". You're right on the money. If you give it away, it ALWAYS comes back. Without fail.

Keep the faith. T
At 7:54am on October 28, 2009, Terri Hitchcock said…
Excellent! If there are advantageous introductions that we can assist you with, please don't hesitate to "holler".
At 6:42am on October 28, 2009,
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John Burk
said…
Thanks Michael for allowing me to join this group. I love to meet new people and encourage everyone to send me an invitation to connect. If I can assist you with anything please feel free to contact me. I will connect you with someone to assist you if I can't assist you myself. Extensive network I am willing to share.
At 6:29am on October 28, 2009, Terri Hitchcock said…
Hi John, welcome aboard! Enjoy!
At 6:28am on October 28, 2009,
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John Burk
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Hi John,

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