LMN Architects Expands Leadership Team with Addition of Three New Partners

All three individuals have developed strong personal connections across the practice, from emerging professionals to senior firm leaders.

January 24, 2021 comm ARCH
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The move solidifies LMN’s capacity to undertake complex planning and design projects across both public and private sectors.


Three new partners are appointed to become a part of LMN Architect’s leadership roster - : Julie Adams, Osama Quotah, and Pamela Trevithick.


With a focus on future goals, LMN Architects ensures continuous evolvement of the firm in alignment to their core values. Each of the newly appointed leaders has exhibited exceptional capabilities across design, technical resolution, client relations, project management, and strategic business development. LMN Partner Sam Miller, FAIA recognizes that Julie Adams, Osama Quotah, and Pamela Trevithick “can bring versatility, depth of expertise, and a diversity of experience which will enhance LMN’s ability to advance [their] practice and contribute to the growth of [their] profession.”


January 15. 2021

Why Is It Important?

As partners, they will work to strengthen cross-generational collaboration and mentoring to improve growth opportunities throughout all aspects of the practice. They will continue their daily leadership of existing projects and reinforce LMN’s capacity to engage new opportunities. They each embody the notion that LMN’s collective intellect, creativity, and passion for design is our most powerful asset—and that individual success is indistinguishable from team success.

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