Building on over 70 years of service to our clients and community, we are pleased to usher in a new era of leadership
designed to honorably reflect our growth and success since the firm’s founding in 1949.
We are proud and excited to announce that our company name and corporate identity has changed from
Weimer Gros Flores, LLC, to Gros Flores Positerry, LLC (branded as GFP Architecture Interior Design) effective March 1, 2021.
The success of our firm has evolved over 70 years with a constant priority of service to our clients and community. Our current brand of Gros Flores Positerry, LLC (branded as GFP Architecture Interior Design in 2021), honorably reflects our growth since the firm's inception.
Our original firm began with Architect, Fernand Picou, in 1949, shortly after his graduation from Princeton University. The early focus of the firm was educational facilities at a time when South Louisiana was prospering and the need for modern facilities was growing. Fernand provided the leadership and expertise in designing innovative schools in Lafourche, Terrebonne, Assumption, and St. Mary Parishes.
In 1963, after graduating from LSU, Architect Richard Weimer joined Fernand Picou and collaborated with him on the design of numerous projects. Richard eventually became the owner of the firm and expanded his portfolio of projects until he transitioned ownership in 2010. He has remained very active in applying his educational experience to the new owners of the firm.
In 2010, Weimer Gros Flores was established when Architect, Kevin Gros, and Interior Designer, Amy Flores teamed up with Architect, Richard Weimer to carry the firm's long history into the future.
In 2020, our firm welcomed Architect, Lloyd "Andy" Positerry II as an additional Partner to help us carry our vision forward. Andy is a resident of Houma and a graduate of LSU School of Architecture with over 25 years of experience in the field.
The firm has been especially successful in creating beautiful interior and exterior spaces that offer a pleasing integration of architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical elements.