Location: Oakland, Missouri, United States
Paul Marti, Mayor of Oakland, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in architecture and government services.
Passionate about architecture and government, Mr. Marti is thrilled to have been able to use his interests to serve his community. He started as an architect in firms such as Murphy-Mackey and Hellmuth-Obata-K, and then became the vice president of Smith-Entzeroth. In 1988, Mr. Marti decided to branch out and open his own business, Paul Marti Associates Architects, where he stayed until he retired from the field in 2015. One of his last projects was a new bridge for Oakland, MO, which is now very popular locally. He shared his experiences through articles in professional journals and a position as an instructor in architectural technology at Washington University in St. Louis. His efforts earned him an Award of Merit from the American Institute of Architects, a Citation of Merit from the American Plywood Association, and an Honor Award from Landmarks Associates.
Active with local government, Mr. Marti has served as the mayor of the city of Oakland since 2001. He was previously an alderman and the president of Mayors Small Cities of St. Louis. To prepare for his endeavors, Mr. Marti obtained a Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University in 1953 and a Master of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1958.
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