Boston – Shepley Bulfinch announced the promotions of Joe Herzog, AIA, to executive vice president, market strategy and Luke Voiland, AIA, to executive vice president, practice strategy.
The new EVPs will split the responsibilities that previously fell under Managing Principal Sid Bowen’s purview. Herzog, overseeing marketing and business development and Voiland, spearheading the areas of practice, will report directly to Watson.
Herzog’s move to executive vice president of market strategy comes after joining the firm 12 years ago, and succeeding the merger of his Phoenix-based architecture and urban design practice with Shepley. He is a designer in mixed-use developments, student housing, and higher education environments throughout the U.S. Herzog draws upon his background of a 11-year construction career and 20 years of both institutional and privately developed project management experience ranging from liberal arts colleges, universities, museums, city libraries, and government centers.
Voiland’s promotion from principal to executive vice president of practice strategy, follows leading the design of projects across the life sciences, higher education, and healthcare industries. His recent work includes award-winning projects for Harvard University, The University of Houston, and Ringling College of Art + Design. He spearheaded many initiatives, including the Summer Design Fellow program. He is a founding co-chair of the Boston Society of Architects’ Committee for Research and Innovation Design.