Boston – Arrowstreet announced the promotion of eight leaders to principal and associate principal.
Promoted to principal:
Kate Bubriski, AIA, CPHC, LEED AP BD+C, Fitwel Ambassador, focuses her work on creating healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities. She works closely with clients to enhance their missions and meet project goals. Her expertise in net zero, embodied carbon, integrated design, materials evaluation, occupant engagement, and building certification is integrated into all of the firm’s projects.
Lauren Haggerty is the director of Arrowstreet’s Graphic Design Studio, which was named Best Graphic Design and Wayfinding Firm in the Northeast by Architect’s Newspaper in 2021. She uses her talent, leadership, and experience to deliver high-quality design for clients in the academic, retail, hospitality, and corporate arena, as well as civic projects including libraries, museums, and parks. She says she is passionate about transforming complex navigational challenges into clean and beautiful signage and wayfinding programs that allow people to navigate a space in an effortless manner.
Jason King, AIA, LEED AP, is an architect and project manager for some of Arrowstreet’s large-scale, mixed-use development projects. An expert in managing historic renovation and adaptive reuse projects, he was the project architect on Congress Square, a 500,000sf adaptive reuse, mixed-use development in Downtown Boston, and is currently leading the renovation of the Edison Power Plant Turbine Hall.
Promoted to associate principal:
Justin DiCristofalo, AIA, has a dual background in architecture and construction management. He is experienced in coordinating all aspects of building systems from design through construction.
Christine DiLallo, RA LEED AP BD+C, has spent years developing a portfolio with a focus on diverse projects, which has fostered her expertise in technical documentation and coordination. She is currently leading the facade design for Seaport Circle.
Tavis Frankel, AIA, specializes in lab planning and programming for academic and corporate environments. Throughout his career he has been involved in projects of all sizes; from a few hundred square foot lab fit-outs, to over 1 million sq. ft. pharmaceutical research facilities.
Katy Lillich, AIA, LEED AP, MCCPO, has a diverse background in architectural design, and for the past 10 years she has focused on her expertise in K-12 education projects. She has worked on all phases of design, from schematic design to construction administration, giving her a holistic and comprehensive perspective of the entirety of the design process, and leading to her expertise in project delivery.
Tina Soo Hoo, AIA, is a project manager who designs 21st century learning environments for K-12 students and the educators who teach them. In her quarter-century of practice, she has significant experience in design, management, construction documents, and construction administration on both small- and large-scale academic facilities, mixed-used projects, master planning, and space planning.