Mr. Phometsi is a real estate strategist, architect and construction management professional. He started his architectural journey by attending Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston where he graduated with his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2000. Immediately following graduation Mr. Phometsi was employed by Cubellis Associates where he was a key member of a team that designed several commercial and healthcare projects to include the current Dunkin's Headquarters in Canton MA, Emergency and Imaging additions for Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro MA, several Boy Scouts of America recreational facilities, several low to midrise office buildings as well as retail and industrial distribution centers. Mr. Phometsi later moved to Atlanta where he joined Medical Design International and held multiple positions. While at MDI, Mr. Phometsi played significant roles in providing architectural services for over 22 medical office projects including ambulatory surgical centers.
In 2005, Mr. Phometsi left MDI and started Strategic Projects. Through Strategic Projects, He has led teams of design professionals in providing comprehensive architectural services as well as program management services for residential, commercial and industrial clients along the east coast from Florida to Massachusetts. Today, Mr. Phometsi's vision is to guide Strategic Projects into being a distinctive leader in the AEC industry with a focus in Georgia and the south east region.
In addition to the Bachelor of Architecture degree from Wentworth, Mr. Phometsi holds a Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management degree from Georgia Institute of Technology as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from Kennesaw State University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as well as a member of the Commercial Real Estate Association (NAIOP). He is registered as an architect in multiple states and is a licensed General Contractor Qualifying Agent in the state of Georgia.
Outside of his professional work, Mr. Phometsi is a husband and a father of 3. He enjoys spending time with his family, mentoring young people and traveling. He also enjoys volunteer work to help non-profits. In the last few years he has spent two terms as a member of the Board of Directors for ACHAP Inc. which is a Delaware-registered but Botswana-based healthcare organization focused on prevention and intervention of HIV and other communicable diseases. ACHAP was formed through a partnership between the Government of Botswana, the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation and Merc Co in the 90s to combat the HIV pandemic in Africa, but it is now an independent organization with a broader healthcare mandate.