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Peter Halsey Sherwood -- Interior Design, 2/4/2005 12:00:00 AM
Mancini Duffy, the interior architecture, planning and design firm, has announced that Bill Bouchey, Alan Dandron, John R. Sadlon and Lee Trimble have been named principals of the firm. Bouchey has nearly two decades of experience in all areas of corporate interior design, having acted as design director for clients such as EMI Recorded Music, Goldman Sachs, Time Warner, Reed Elsevier and the GCI Group. Dandron has spent eleven years at Mancini Duffy in programming, planning and design for a wide variety of corporate interiors for clients including ISO and Ziff Davis. Sadlon specializes in managing corporate interior fit-outs for law firm and financial service sector clients. He joined Mancini Duffy in 2002. And Lee Trimble joined Mancini Duffy as a project manager in 1997, and has managed some of the firm's most complex long-term projects.
Scott Butler, president of CUH2A, an architecture, design and engineering firm specializing in science and technology, has appointed Monica Bell and Joe Zawistowski as global directors of business development and marketing. Bell will be responsible for increasing overall business growth and overseeing the marketing direction of the entire firm. Already a principal, Bell has more than 20 years of experience. Zawistowski will be responsible for implementing business development strategies, as well as managing business development and marketing services. He is a 26-year principal of the firm, with diverse design, program management and administrative experience.
Fox & Fowle Architects has appointed Gerard F.X. Geier principal of the firm. With more than 25 years of experience as an architect and space planner, Geier will lead Fox & Fowle’s Interiors Studio, working on a wide range of projects including corporate and institutional offices and high-end residential spaces. Before joining Fox & Fowle, Geier was C.E.O of Vitra.
Three principals have been promoted to Matrix Settles's board of directors: Architect Raymond A. Ferrari works with government clients such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Department of State. Recently, he worked on the new IRS National Headquarters and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Thomas L. Rolando focuses on architecture, interior design and project administration, with special emphasis on facilities strategic planning, base building, specifications and construction documents. Nena P. Martin manages client services including marketing materials, schematic designs, construction documents, and code evaluation.