Farmington, CT – QA+M Architecture recently announced the promotion of four team members.
The promotions reflect the contributions of team members who have been exceptionally dedicated to QA+M’s clients, staff, and workplace culture. They are leaders dedicated to design, operations, and the financial health of the organization, according to representatives of the firm.
Jason Davis, AIA, LEED AP was promoted to associate principal. With over 20 years of design expertise, the projects he undertakes vary in size and scope, including corporate, manufacturing and industrial, hospitality, and healthcare settings.
Rebecca Sarkosi, IIDA, NCIDQ was promoted to associate principal. Her expertise includes interior finish selections, space planning, programming, and furniture specifications for corporate environments, schools, community and municipal buildings, and healthcare environments.
Angela Cahill, AIA, LEED AP, NOMA was also promoted to associate principal. According to the firm’s representatives, she has made strong contributions to the design of preK-12 schools and manages projects from grant reviews through to post-occupancy. “Angela is a great resource to the entire office. She is a champion of diversity in the workplace where her efforts have helped QA+M meet the J.E.D.I Challenge,” stated principal Rusty Malik.
Michael Lane, AIA, LEED Green Assoc. was named associate. Lane joined the firm in 2012 and now specializes in educational design and facilities studies. The firm’s representatives say his distinct eye for detail and approaches for incorporating green technology to minimize environmental impact make him a valued resource to QA+M as well as the clients he serves.
QA+M Architecture also announced it is celebrating its 20th year in business. Since 2002, the firm has been providing complete architectural services to municipal and private clients throughout Connecticut. With a staff of 35, the firm’s range of services includes site selection, programming, architectural design, interior architecture, feasibility studies, and construction services for clients in the education, arts and culture, commercial, healthcare, housing, historical preservation and recreation markets.