Lerner Ladds Bartels Names Associates

| November 14, 2017

Meaghan Kennedy

Enno Fritsch

Pawtucket, RI – LLB Architects/ Lerner Ladds Bartels recently announced that Enno Fritsch, LEED AP; Meaghan Kennedy, Assoc. IIDA; Cara Pomeranz, AIA, LEED AP; and Brian Valentine AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, MCCPO, have been named associates.

Fritsch joined LLB in 2015, bringing with him over 13 years of experience in planning and design for institutional clients in the academic and healthcare sectors. In addition to his work as project manager, he was named director of design communication earlier this year. He has held positions with Payette and as faculty in the urban design and planning department of the University of Karlsruhe, Germany.

Kennedy joined LLB Architects in 2011. As the director of interior design, she is responsible for leading and integrating the discussion of interior design throughout the design process on all the firm’s projects. Recent projects she has worked on include Rhode Island College Gaige and Craig Lee Halls and Cranston Public Library Children’s Room.

Cara Pomeranz

Brian Valentine

Pomeranz joined the firm earlier this year. A registered architect in Massachusetts, she brings 10 years of experience and a strong portfolio of design and technical skills to her work. She is currently working on residential designs in both Barrington and Bristol. She has held positions with Payette, TRO Jung | Brannen, and McKay Architects.

Valentine joined LLB Architects in 2014, bringing over 10 years of educational and public work experience. Earlier this year, he was named director of production. He is currently managing the Lincoln School Science Wing addition and the Franklin Public Library Addition and Renovations. Firms he has previously held positions with include Ai3 Architects and Vision 3 Architects.


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