The Architectural Team Expands Leadership Team
The Architectural Team has promoted three architects and administration leader to the positions of principal, as well as hired a new director of interior design.Who is involved and what are their new roles?
- Jay Syzmanski, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP - Principal
- Gary Kane, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP - Principal
- Edward Bradford, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP - Principal
- William Moran, VP of Finance - Principal
- Meghann Van Dorn, LEED ID+C - Director of Interior Design
Where is this happening?
What experience do they have?’
Jay Syzmanski: 28 years of experience at The Architectural Team, having spearheaded a number of high-profile projects including a new mixed-use development near Boston’s Fenway Park.
Gary Kane: More than 30 years of planning and design experience for adaptive reuse, hospitality, multifamily residential, and assisted living and long-term care facilities; has also spearheaded many of The Architectural Team’s mentorship and professional development initiatives.
Edward Bradford: Nearly 30 years of expertise in housing, hospitality, and master planning work in a variety of multifamily housing projects representing the development of more than 3,000 residential units.
William Moran: Nearly a decade of experience helping The Architectural Team grow its business operations; previously served as a leading consultant with PwC and before that as a CFO for two venture-backed startups.
Meghann Van Dorn:
What are their qualifications?
Jay Syzmanski: Graduate of the Wentworth Institute of Technology, registered architect in Massachusetts and a LEED Accredited Professional.
Gary Kane: Graduate of the Wentworth Institute of Technology, registered architect in Massachusetts and a LEED Accredited Professional.
Edward Bradford: A registered architect in Massachusetts and a recipient of a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the State University of New York, Buffalo.
William Moran: Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance from Syracuse University.
Meghann Van Dorn: Master’s Degree in Interior Design from Marymount University.
What did the firm have to say about their new hires?
“I know that the creativity and integrity of these valued team members will enhance our ability to seek the kinds of exciting project work we value, and to continue to foster the relationships and partnerships that are so important to TAT. I'm eager to watch the remarkable results take form." (Robert J. Verrier, FAIA, NCARB, The Architectural Team, MSG PR Web)
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