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Siemasko + Verbridge is pleased to welcome Katherine Fisher to their interior design group.

saam architecture is pleased to announce the promotion of Katie Kernizan to associate. She was recently honored by the Wentworth Institute of Technology along with 44 other women for leadership and achievement in design, construction, and technology.

Harriman is pleased to announce that Mark Burnes AIA, founder of Foreside Architects, LLC, is joining Harriman’s leadership team as a principal.

Caveney Architecture + Construction is pleased to announce that Nathaniel St Jean AIA has been promoted to architect.

Perkins+Will welcomes Whitney Hansley, Robin Trowbridge, Abby Gillespie, Laura Duenas, Norm Goulet AIA, Gayoen You, and Karim Wahba.

Perkins+Will congratulate new LEED accredited professional Pallavi Biswas (LEED GA and LEED AP BD+C).

Principal Jacqueline McGee wrote an article on “Three Essential Hotel Design Hacks to Combat Airbnb” in Hotel Online.

Principals Brooke Trivas  Assoc. AIA and David Damon AIA were recently interviewed by EdTech Times on designing the classroom of the future.

Associate Principal Yanel de Angel AIA  shared tips on natural disaster preparedness for colleges and universities with College Planning & Management magazine.

Principal Jeffrey R. Zynda and Senior Associate Tony Paprocki presented “The shift toward combined teaching and research laboratories: Adaptive re-use and new building approaches” at the Tradeline College and University Science and Engineering Facilities conference.

Principal David Damon AIA presented two sessions at ACUI Annual Conference: "The Future of Student Life" and "Financial Benefits of Revitalized Student Unions."

Senior Associate Tony Paprocki presented the Gateway Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute project as part of the “5-5-5: Five Projects by Five Architects in Five Minutes” session at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Atlantic Regional Conference.

Associate Principal Alberto Salvatore presented on the "Lean & Evidence-Based Design" panel at the American Hospital Association (AHA) American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Planning Design & Construction (PDC) Summit.

Tsoi/Kobus & Associates (TK&A) moved from its longtime address in Harvard Square, Cambridge to its new office at 60 State Street in Boston. In March, The Boston Globe featured the design of the new office, which is among the first in Massachusetts to apply for WELL Building Standard™ certification.

Healthcare Design magazine published an online feature about TK&A’s design of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University of Cincinnati Health Proton Therapy Center, while Modern Healthcare spoke with TK&A senior principal Rick Kobus FAIA about the firm’s design of the South Street Landing project in Providence, RI, which includes a state-of-the-art nursing education center for students of Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island, as well as administrative space for Brown University.

Cavanaugh Tocci Associates is pleased to announce that Tim Foulkes, Principal Consultant, will be presenting at NeoCon 2017 in Chicago. His session titled “Are Headphones Really the Answer?” will address acoustics in current office designs.

Angela D. Cahill AIA, LEED AP, senior project manager with Drummey Rosane Anderson, was recently elected to serve on the Connecticut American Institute of Architects (AIA) Board of Directors. Angela will serve on the board for three years, from January 2017 through December 2019. She has also served on the AIA CT School Construction Coalition for the past three years.

Diana Rubino of CostPro announces they will celebrate their 22nd anniversary on March 16. They are now located at 10 Post Office Square.

Greg Smolley AIA, LEED AP, REFP, APA has joined Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA) architects as Senior Project Manager and will be the Studio Director for the South Windsor, CT studio.