Boston – Finegold Alexander Architects announced that Romina Tonucci, AIA has been promoted to associate.
Tonucci has over 18 years of experience in architectural programming and design. Her experience includes historic preservation, education, student housing, commercial office, corporate campus, retail, high-rise residential, and laboratory spaces, in addition to managing a sustainable graduate student housing project for Vanderbilt University, multiple lab projects in California, and other student housing projects nationally, prior to joining the firm.
“Romina has demonstrated leadership in the critical areas of collegiality, technical skills, and marketability, and we are thrilled to elevate her to the associate level,” said Rebecca Berry, AIA, LEEP AP, principal and president of Finegold Alexander. “Her commitment to Finegold Alexander and our projects makes Romina an excellent addition to our esteemed group of associates.”
Tonucci is currently the project manager on 45 East Central St Natick, Brandeis University’s Brown Social Science Labs and Presidential Events Center, 200 Clarendon Street projects and multiple projects for the City of Cambridge.
“During the last year, Finegold Alexander has allowed me to focus on projects and work I love,” said Tonucci. “The firm has given me a chance to explore new avenues, expand my horizons, and continue to focus on thoughtful, contextual design. I look forward to playing an active role in Finegold Alexander’s strategy for growth and cannot wait to see what the future holds as I jump into my leadership position.”