Today, Belli Architectural Group announced David Peartree has become a shareholder in the firm.
David, a LEED accredited professional (LEED AP) architect and board president of the American Institute of Architects Monterey Bay Chapter, joined Belli in 2010 as senior project manager to oversee facilities planning, design and construction for clients in agriculture, wine, government, education, nonprofit and industrial sectors.
Over the past nearly five years with Belli, David has applied his expertise on projects such as the Taylor Farms corporate office in Salinas, Misionero processing facility expansion in Gonzales, Goodwill Industries store in Salinas, Hahn Family Wines culinary center in Soledad, Hartnell College field house in Salinas, Salinas Valley Fair Orradre building modernization in King City, and various elementary and high school projects in Salinas, Santa Cruz and Greenfield.
Lino Belli, president/CEO of Belli Architectural Group and a second generation Salinas Valley architect, welcomed David as a shareholder, saying, “David has earned my utmost respect, as well as the respect and friendship of his coworkers, clients and our community, by consistently demonstrating exceptional professionalism, integrity, and genuine care for everything to which he applies his time and talents. Our community is fortunate David decided to call Monterey County home, and I couldn’t be happier he’s now an owner of the firm.”
David explained why becoming an owner of Belli is important to him, saying, “Belli has a solid reputation for quality, creativity and community service, and it gives me a tremendous sense of satisfaction and pride to contribute towards growing the firm and carrying on that legacy built by Lino and his father Ray.”
Prior to joining Belli, David was a senior associate with Jesse Bornstein Architecture and a job captain with Killefer Flammang Architects, both of Santa Monica. David holds a bachelor of arts in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. He serves as vice president/president-elect of the board for Ag Against Hunger, and chairs the Hartnell College Drafting Curriculum Advisory Committee. David lives in Pacific Grove with his wife, Nicole, and their 4 year-old son, Elliott.