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Recognizing Excellence

2024 Staff Promotions

Our pursuit of transformational design is powered by the brilliant minds of our people. We are delighted to announce this year’s staff promotions, celebrating talent across various disciplines. These individuals have shown immense dedication in their fields, propelling us forward and contributing to our collective success.

We are extremely proud to recognize the contributions of these individuals who have consistently demonstrated their passion and commitment to our projects, teams, and the growth of our design collective.

Please join us in congratulating the following individuals for their well-deserved promotions:

NEW PRINCIPALS

Mike Brady  AIA, Architect
Kevin Kattwinkel
  AIA, LEED AP, Project Manager

NEW ASSOCIATE PRINCPALS

Lauren Eaton  Laboratory Planner
Juliane Hatfield
  AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager
Ryan Lewandowski
  AIA, Architect
Natsumi Oba
  Designer
Sarah Rosenblatt
  AIA, Architect
Ross Smith
  AIA, Architect
Lisa Syfrett
  CDFA, Director of Administration
Krista Van Houtteghem
  AIA, MCD, Project Manager, Campus Planner

NEW ASSOCIATES

Rachel Bek  AIA, LEED Green Associate, Architect
Zach Bonenberger
  AIA, Architect
Bridget Fitzmaurice
  IIDA, Interior Designer
Cam Fullmer
  Lead Designer
Emily Gaines
  EDAC, NCIDQ, Business Analyst + Strategist
Erika Jolleys-Wutt
 Architect
Mark Sechrist
  IT Engineer
Ben Winn
  Director of Building Information Modeling
Morgan Yuzhbabenko
  Communications + Public Relations

"These promotions reflect not only individual growth but also our commitment to nurturing talent and recognizing excellence within our practice. Their contributions to our clients and Hanbury’s success are beyond measure.”




David Keith, FAIA, CEO

Workplace Strategies in Our Raleigh Office
Embracing Data Democratization in Architecture
Welcome 2024 Summer Scholars
Hello, new!
Project Lightyear Receives ISPE Facility of the Year Award (FOYA) Honorable Mention
What Do You See?
Ohio University Celebrates Groundbreaking of New South Green Residence Hall
Happy Earth Day
A New Home in Raleigh's Warehouse District
Hanbury Discussions with Shawna Mabie
Karsh Institute Selected as Design for Freedom Pilot Project
Pat O'Keefe Named Habury COO
Holistic Approach Grounded in Research
Design Retreat
Design Medalist
Lower Campus Residence Halls
Crafting the Blueprint
Seacobeck Hall
Legacy Programs
Freshly Squeezed: Hanbury Serves Up Its New Creative Collective
The Spontaneous Grid
Universidad de Monterrey
Materiality
Summer Scholar
sPARK Leasing Center
sPARK LS campus
UVA Hotel + Conference Center
Atlantic Park
Reimagining Sustainability: A Journey to Net Zero in Large-Scale Manufacturing
Virginia African American Cultural Center
VGXI
AIAHR Pop Up Park: “BLOCK PARTY”
Robert V. Reis, FAIA, Becomes Hanbury's Eighth Fellow
Portal to the Past: Unearthing Nostalgic Energy with Atlantic Park's Construction Fence
r[EVOLUTION] in Design: Exploring the Convergence of AI, Computational Design, and the 'Third Place'
Attracting and Retaining Tenants in Laboratory and cGMP Facilities
Revitalizing City Center: Richmond's Bold Step Towards an Urban Innovation District
The Power of Play: Hanbury and DPR Collaborate for a Charitable Cause
Atlantic Park Gets Go-Ahead with Financing in Place
Highland Park: A Journey to Health and Wellness
Hanbury Awarded Grand Prize in 2022 AIA Film Challenge
Community Wish Comes True
Atlantic Park AR Mural Blends Physical and Virtual Environments
An Liu’s “Helper” Named to Dezeen’s 2022 Longlist
Resilience in Practice Series Volume 2: Resilient Campus Planning
Resilience in Practice Series Volume 1: Resilient Campus Planning
Business Development and the Democratization of Architecture Studios
Building the Carbon Positive City with Alan Organschi
Resilience in Practice
No Small Plans