Garric Baker, a project manager with Bruce McMillan AIA Architects, P.A. moved to Manhattan, Kansas from the small town of Gentry, Missouri in 2008. He attended Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning, and Design for 5 years and graduated with a Master's in Architecture. Shortly thereafter he began his role working on a variety of projects throughout the region to include historic preservation, additions, renovations, and new construction.
Garric also serves on a variety of boards and committees at the local and state level. He is currently serving as the Kansas AIA (American Institute of Architects) Associate Director for the 2017 term, the 2017 President of the Kansas Barn Alliance, President of the YPJC (Young Professionals of Junction City), Secretary for the Wamego Young Professionals, and Secretary for the Geary County E-Community Advisory Board.
Garric is currently working through the licensure process to become a licensed architect at which time he hopes to become a part-owner of Bruce McMillan AIA Architects, P.A. which has offices in Manhattan, Junction City, and Dodge City all of Kansas.