Design Firm Announces Leadership Change

| August 8, 2019

Steve Cecil

Boston – Harriman is recognizing Steve Cecil, AIA, ASLA as he retires in October.

Cecil joined Harriman in 2015 when The Cecil Group merged with Harriman Associates.  He was the founder of The Cecil Group, an award-winning multidisciplinary design and planning firm, and he assisted clients throughout New England with complex land use, urban design, and planning projects.

Emily Innes

Cecil has had a tremendous impact on communities throughout New England and nationally. Over his career he has advised an entire generation of community leaders, planners, and stakeholders. He has helped numerous towns and communities overcome the challenges of a vibrant and growing region, advising them on how to leverage their existing assets and recognize their unique qualities, with a philosophy of putting places together through multi-disciplinary collaborations.

As Cecil retires, Harriman is recognizing the co-leaders of its Urban Design and Planning Studio: Emily Keys Innes, AICP, LEED AP ND, director of planning, and Kartik Shah, AICP, LEED AP, director of urban design.

Kartik Shah

Innes and Shah have been working with Cecil over the past few months to successfully transfer the leadership of the studio prior to his retirement. This includes the move of the Boston office to a newly renovated historic building at 19 Kingston St., near South Station.

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