Boston – DiNisco Design announced that Tim Cooper, RA has been promoted from associate to senior associate; Jeff Oxsalida, AIA, LEED AP, BD&C has been promoted to associate; and Neil Harrigan, AIA has been promoted to associate.
Cooper has been with DiNisco for nine years, and is currently the lead architect for a new all-electric, net zero energy school in Amherst. During his 20 years of architectural experience, he has been responsible for notable projects including Brightwood-Lincoln in Springfield and MSBA Model School Hurld Wyman in Woburn.
During his 10-year tenure at the firm, Oxsalida has worked on numerous projects, including the Angier and Cabot schools in Newton. During construction, he was the face of DiNisco, providing a steady, guiding hand with city officials and educators from design through project completion, according to representatives of DiNisco. His performance was instrumental in Newton awarding the firm a third project at the Countryside School.
Harrigan has 18 years of experience in acute care and senior housing, and is fluent in multiple software applications. He is the lead architect in the consolidated design for the 800 student DeBerry-Swan Elementary School in Springfield that will open in August 2023. His seamless transition from a medical focus to DiNisco’s education team is a testament to his skillset, diversity of thought, and extraordinary capability, according to the firm’s representatives. He joined DiNisco in 2018.