CT Design Firm Promotes Two

| April 6, 2016
Erin Kesegi

Erin Kesegi

Hamden, CT – Hoffmann Architects, anarchitecture and engineering firm based in Connecticut, recently announced the promotion of two members of the architectural staff at the firm’s Hamden, Connecticut headquarters.

Erin L. Kesegi, AIA has been promoted to Senior Architect, in recognition of her building enclosure expertise and contributions to the firm. This summer marks Kesegi’s 15th year with Hoffmann Architects, having joined the firm in 2001 after earning her architecture degree from Roger Williams University. She serves as a mentor to new staff members and oversees the technical staff orientation program. In addition, she was instrumental in systematizing the firm’s design and drafting standards. With experience in a range of building envelope systems and materials, Kesegi has published articles and led seminars that consider roofs, facades, and windows, both modern construction and historic restoration. She leads project teams in the diagnosis and resolution of building distress, with a recent project list that includes the Yale University Art + Architecture Building (Rudolph Hall); Constitution Plaza and Traveler’s Plaza in Hartford, Connecticut; the Hopkins School in New Haven; and the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

Ben Robinson

Ben Robinson

Benjamin J. Robinson, AIA has earned a promotion to Senior Architect, in credit to his experience, credentials, and leadership. Celebrating his tenth anniversary with the firm this August, Robinson has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to Hoffmann Architects and has become a trusted resource for technical information and project guidance. Having launched the firm’s Training and Resources Committee, Robinson organizes professional development opportunities and educational seminars company-wide, and he actively seeks ways to improve practices and streamline procedures to improve accountability, efficiency, and technical accuracy. With an Architectural Studies degree from Connecticut College, Robinson took the initiative to successfully pursue an alternative path to licensure based on field experience, architectural training, and years of study, which enabled him to gain practical experience and technical expertise. His current and recent building envelope rehabilitation projects include the Dome of the United States Capitol, Wellesley College, Choate Rosemary Hall, New Haven Courthouse, and the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut. He lives in Wethersfield, Connecticut.

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