Weber Team

The Weber Group has been led by our President, Tom Weber, and Vice President, Donny Weber, for over 30 years and is composed of architects, construction managers, art directors and fabrication masters.

Donald Weber, AIA

President

Mr. Donald Weber has over 30 years of design, build and fabrication experience in conventional as well as “experiential” environments, including outdoor and indoor water parks, amusement parks, museums and hotels. He has served as Principal Architect and Project Manager for such projects throughout the U.S. and abroad. He has completed hotel/water park facilities in Texas, Washington and Georgia and theme park projects throughout the U.S.  He has received wide recognition and awards for his work making architecture entertaining and delightful from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, the American Institute of Architects and various trade publications. He is a frequent lecturer on the return on investment value that branded and themed environments can bring to a facility.

Adam McIntyre, RA

Creative Director

Mr. McIntyre is an architect with an extensive background in the fields of design, art and architecture. He has spent much of his career at Weber Group working in the themed entertainment industry designing, consulting and constructing. As Creative Director he participates and directs a broad range of fabrication and installation techniques including CNC cutting, welding, sculpture, murals and innovative carpentry. Adam has worked within many facets of the design process from storyboards and conceptual art to detailing and specifications for some of the industry’s most notable clients, such as Great Wolf Resorts, Nickelodeon, Lego, Paramount and Herschend Family Entertainment.

Dan Shehan

Director of Construction

Mr. Shehan has worked with the Weber Group for 25 years, rising from the role of Job Superintendent to Director of Construction. His work includes a variety of retail, restaurant, commercial, historic renovation, amusement, recreation, leisure and entertainment projects. Mr. Shehan and his staff are responsible for on-site construction for all lines of business. Construction management, scheduling, supervision and coordination of all subcontractors, demolition, site-work, filing daily reports, managing employees, interpreting blueprints and construction documents, site and building layouts, and shipping and installation are part of his scope of oversight.

Joe Argabrite, AIA

Director of Architecture

Leading Weber’s team of architects, Mr. Argabrite oversees and implements branded environments in all public spaces, which includes clients like Great Wolf Resorts. His 30-year career, spanning a variety of industries, is comprised of museum and exhibit design, commercial construction, hotel and resort development, luxury and TIF credit multi-family housing and gentrification of the urban core. His experience leading Metro Louisville’s Office of Planning and Design helped shape many significant Louisville developments. His work has been recognized by the University of Kentucky, the Louisville Historical League, the Preservation Alliance for his work on the renovation of Union Station and with the Commercial Renovation Preservation Award.

Carolyn McLean

Director of Communications & New Business Initiatives

Carolyn McLean leads strategic development at Weber Group to achieve company goals in the Culture, Leisure and Entertainment industries. She is a graduate of Ball State University where she earned a B.S. in Telecommunications. McLean delivered on-air news reports for CNN; WRTV (ABC) in Indianapolis; WAVE TV (NBC) in Louisville and WRDW (CBS) in Augusta, Georgia where she had the pleasure of covering four Masters Tournaments.

This Louisville native joined Weber in 2016, holding former roles as the Vice President of Corporate Communications for Cedar Fair Entertainment and Director of Communications for Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom. She has consulted for Google; historic Churchill Downs Racetrack; LDG multi-family development and Quantum Communications.