Mark Zavislak

Project Designer

Mark brings to PWCampbell 25 years of architectural and interior design experience gained from his work with commercial clients such as ALCOA, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lockheed Martin, Bayer, IBM and more.   Because of his unprecedented and innovative designs, he was awarded an AIA Certificate of Merit in Architecture for the Bayer Consolidation and Sustainability Initiative in 2014.

At PWCampbell, Mark works with our architects to develop interiors that convey a strong corporate identity to visitors, while creating functional workspaces that enable innovation and reflect societal change.  From a project’s onset, Mark presents concepts through space planning, as well as helps our clients to choose the finishes that will reflect the precise style and image that they would like their facility to project.  “A happy client is the ultimate goal of any designer.  To me, a design project becomes  a source of pride, and when my source of pride is validated by a client, it truly warms my heart.  If I can satisfy their goals, reflect their culture and create a space that’s both meaningful and beautiful, I’ve done my job.”

Something that few people know about Mark:  He is a full-time interior designer and a part time farmer.

Education
LaRoche College
Bachelor of Science
Interior Design

The Pennsylvania State University
Associate Degree, Architectural Engineering

Professional Registrations
National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) Certified (1999, No. 015230)
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional™