Windover Construction has been named one of the Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in 2015.
Tsoi/Kobus & Associates’ recent publications include “The myth of low-flow fume hoods” by Gregory Muth, and “Adaptive Design: It’s always a balancing act,” by Marayam Katouzian Assoc. AIA published in Lab Design News. Blake Jackson AIA presented “Greener Labs for Fewer Greenbacks” at the I2SL Conference and also presented on storm water management strategies at the NYC Cities Alive Conference, and he has also been named one of Building Design + Construction’s (BD+C) “40 under 40” 2015. Jocelyn Frederick AIA participated in a panel discussion on hospital infrastructure innovations for service users in Medellin, Colombia; Erik Mollo-Christensen AIA presented in partnership with Tony Petone of BR+A, on planning for “Micro-Vivaria” at the Tradeline Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment conference.
Steffian Bradley Architects has promoted Ai Kurokawa to principal and Anthony Miniscalco AIA to associate. Shelley Harris AIA received the firm’s Peter Steffian Mentorship Award (established in 2014 in memory of Peter Steffian, who was known as one of the firm’s best mentors) for her efforts bringing up many junior staff within the office, and Victoria Gebrian is now NCIDQ certified.
Stantec Planning and Landscape Architecture welcomes civil engineer-in-training Brad Johnson.
SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates welcomes architectural team leader Michael Kyes AIA,
Sarah Long, Rachel Dornin, and Alyssa Tompkins.