RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It's not just the temperature that is soaring in August at Moseley Architects. Twenty-two professionals among the firm's six locations began the month as newly promoted staff. Recently shared at one of the firm's semi-annual staff meetings, President Stewart D. Roberson congratulated twelve new associates, nine new senior associates, and a new vice president.
In making the announcements, Roberson said, "There's a reason that Moseley Architects enjoys a leading role in the mid-Atlantic and across our nation. The strength of our outstanding architects, engineers, interior designers, sustainability experts, construction administrators, marketing, and administrative folks is without parallel. Each of these promotions telegraphs to all of our clients and the communities we serve that our firm is poised to make an even greater difference in the lives touched through our excellent designs. Indeed, our recently promoted colleagues form the core of a quality culture second to none."
Associates: Kathy Brown (Richmond); Tony Burzese (Virginia Beach); Steven Cooke (Charlotte); Ashley Dennis (Raleigh); Craig Dobyns (Richmond); Eric Garcia (Warrenton); Lucas Hardy (Charlotte); Frank Knott (Richmond); Chris Rea (Richmond); Brian Wells (Richmond); Tyler Whately (Richmond); Bill Zawistowski (Virginia Beach)
Senior Associates: Bob Baxter (Richmond); William Gaspar (Richmond); Jason Hopkins (Charlotte); Steve Nally (Raleigh); John Nichols (Raleigh); Stephen Phillips (Warrenton); Scott Shady (Richmond); Carrie Webster (Richmond); Chris Yago (Richmond)
Vice President: Lisa Demmel (Richmond)
About Moseley Architects
Moseley Architects is among the mid-Atlantic's most trusted public sector architects, offering exceptional design to educational, civic, and correctional clients. Over their 40-year history, the firm has earned a reputation for quality, reliability, and responsiveness. To date, Moseley Architects' clients include more than 130 local governments, 115 school districts, and 30 colleges/universities, as well as numerous Federal projects for the Bureau of Prisons and Department of the Navy.
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