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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES STAFF WITH EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN AND CLIENT SERVICES

FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES STAFF WITH EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN AND CLIENT SERVICES

December 8, 2011 Download PDF
PHILADELPHIA, P.A. – Francis Cauffman, the award-winning architecture firm with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., has promoted five members of its staff who have demonstrated excellence in design and an exceptional commitment to their clients. New Senior Associates are Mary Carroll, and Christopher Marotto, and Jennifer Tidd. Scott McNallan and Kelly Miller are new Associates.
 
“These individuals add value to Francis Cauffman by bringing an innovative vision and design insight to their projects. They have proven to be an integral part of the design process and highly valued team members. We’re proud to acknowledge them for their dedication to their clients, to their work, and to Francis Cauffman,” said James Crispino, AIA, NCARB, President of Francis Cauffman.
 
SENIOR ASSOCIATES
 
Mary Carroll has more than 25 years of experience in planning for corporate and science and technology clients. She has been a member of Francis Cauffman’s Science and Technology team since joining the firm in 2002, and has a particular aptitude for client development. She is skilled at maintaining close relationships with her clients – including five years of ongoing projects for LifeCell Corporation.
 
Chris Marotto has more than 11 years of experience managing information technology for the firm. His background – which includes a B.A. in architecture from Temple University and a M.S. in Information Systems Management from Pennsylvania State University – gives him the knowledge to develop efficient solutions for information systems functioning at all levels of the architectural profession.
 
Jennifer Tidd joined the firm in 1995 and, since then, her work has spanned from pharmaceutical to corporate to legal projects. Her top skills include project management with an emphasis on programming and space planning. Her extensive knowledge of the design process is an advantage to her clients, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck & Co., and Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.
 
ASSOCIATES
 
Scott McNallan has more than six years of experience as an accomplished designer and project architect. He applies his creative thinking to BIM and Revit 3D to design and document complex assemblies. Most recently, he custom-designed the complex curtainwall for The Almac Group’s North American Headquarters.
 
Kelly Miller joined Francis Cauffman in 2007. She has since dedicated her time to new construction and renovation of healthcare facilities. She builds lasting relationships with her clients and has experience with a broad range of large and small projects. Her more than 11 years’ experience with design, documentation, and construction informs her effective project management style.
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