For Print – Svigals + Partners Promote Six

(l-r): Joseph Rufrano, Brian Stancavage, Omarys Vasquez, Jeremy Jamilkowski, Katherine Berger, and Katelyn Chapin

New Haven, CT –  Svigals + Partners  announced that six staff members were elevated to the position of associate  in December 2019.

They join project designer Alana Konefal, Assoc. AIA who was made associate in 2018.

Katelyn Chapin, AIA is the 2020-21 community director for the AIA-National Young Architects Forum. She is currently the project architect on the Bergami Center for Science, Technology and Innovation at the University of New Haven. 

Jeremy Jamilkowski, AIA worked on the Bergami Center for Science, Technology and Innovation at the University of New Haven, as well as the health and human services building for Southern Connecticut State University.

Brian Stancavage, AIA recently completed work on the Yale Child Study Center, an innovative clinical and research facility for children’s behavioral health.

Omarys Vasquez, AIA, LEED AP helped to produce the UConn Health Center renovation, the Strategic Business Office for Yale-New Haven Health, and Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut.

Katherine Berger, NCIDQ, IIDA, WELL AP worked on corporate offices for Technolutions and Biohaven Pharmaceuticals, and the new simulation lab and classroom space for Yale School of Nursing.

Joseph Rufrano, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP is working on projects that include UConn’s Beach Hall renovation and multiple Yale aquatics renovations.

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