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Avery Joins SLAM Orlando

Monika Avery

Orlando, FL –  Monika Avery, NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED AP BD + C, a principal and interior designer for The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM), has joined the firm’s Orlando office, bringing more than 20 years of design experience (12 years at SLAM) and service to the corporate and higher education markets. Her practice expertise will augment SLAM Orlando’s nationally recognized justice practice.

Avery’s professional expertise focuses on interior architecture, programming and planning, as well as feasibility studies and space and property assessments for workplace environments in diverse market sectors including professional service firms, public utility, R&D, science and technology, manufacturing, and higher education.

Her national client base includes TATA Consultancy Services, MIT, Trinity College, Vistra Energy, Pfizer, Fuji Film, Belimo Americas, The Hartford, Deloitte, and Aetna.

She is an NCIDQ certified interior designer and a professional member of the International Interior Design Association. She holds memberships in the following organizations: CoreNet Tampa, CREW Orlando (past-president of CREW Connecticut), NAIOP Massachusetts, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. She has been in the field of commercial real estate and design for more than 20 years and is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.

“I am very excited to be in central Florida as a professional, working in a thriving business climate for a wide range of industry sectors, and look forward to new opportunities for our firm where we believe our purpose – creativity in design to enrich lives – will make an impact. My passion for commercial real estate and workplace environments, will continue to fuel the best design and innovation to help our clients in Florida and across the country achieve their business goals,” says  Avery.

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