Fresh ideas about design
As Strada continues to expand, it has welcomed an array of talented people in both Pittsburgh and Philadelphia during the first half of 2016. The addition of these distinguished professionals to our cross-disciplinary practice has enhanced our strength in architecture, urban planning, and interior design.
Larry Fabbroni, AIA, LEED AP joined Strada as an Associate at the beginning of this year. An architect and urban planner, Larry has led urban design, planning and architectural projects across the United States for over a decade. He was previously an Associate at Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn Architects (EE&K) in New York City, and also operated his own practice in Ithaca, NY. Since joining Strada, he has earned praise for his insights and orchestration of urban-scale projects and prospects in Strada’s Pittsburgh office. Learn a little more about Larry here.
Eric Phillips, RA is a new Architect and Team Leader at Strada. Since earning a Master of Urban Design and a Master of Architecture from Kent State University, his professional work has been largely focused on educational and retail projects. In the Pittsburgh office, Eric has been working on a new retail complex in Nashville and a new space for the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh.
Megan McGee, RA is also a new Architect and Team Leader at Strada, bringing with her thirteen years of experience designing both commercial fit-outs and new construction projects. In the Philadelphia office, she has been working on the Stein Auditorium Renovation at Drexel University and an interior fit-out for a cutting-edge biotechnology company. Megan received a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University.
Kevin Kuntz joined the Pittsburgh office as an Architectural Intern. Since earning his Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, he has gained a strong foundation through his work at architecture firms and material fabrication shops. At Strada, Kevin is working on a retail project at The Waterfront, a shopping district, and he is contributing to renovation projects for higher education.
Alicia Canady joined the Pittsburgh office as an Architectural Intern. She earned a Master of Architecture from Hampton University, and received a summer fellowship to work in the Remaking Cities Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Alicia has been contributing to the master planning for Penn Center East and the renovation of a historic structure for the Salvation Army in Pittsburgh’s South Side.
Roxanne Oglesby recently joined Strada as an Interior Designer. She received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Mercyhurst University this year, and is contributing to renovation projects for the University of Pittsburgh’s Barco Law School and a local non-profit facility for Veterans.
Nicole Harkins has joined the Pittsburgh office as an Architectural Intern. She earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State University this year. At Strada, Nicole is working on a renovation project for a University of Pittsburgh residence hall.
We welcome these new team members whose visions will help shape new places across the country.
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“Strada recognizes the leadership qualities of our diverse, talented and passionate team members. With the elevation of these new Associates, we ensure Strada’s mission and design excellence into the future,” said Al Cuteri, a Founding Principal. “Aaron, Terrie and Mark have each demonstrated their leadership, talent, passion and commitment to Strada’s vision!”
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