Boston – Margulies Perruzzi (MP) announced it has added five new design and professional staff: Staci Barber, director of marketing; Kellyn Biela, project designer; Claude Greenberg, architect and technical specialist; Grace Santos, interior designer; and Ethan Webb, project designer.
A strategic marketing professional offering broad qualifications in targeted brand messaging, collateral creation, content management, proposal planning and development, B2B marketing, and team management, Barber will direct all the marketing initiatives.
Biela has broad experience working on projects, including providing initial design studies, preparing construction documents, and preparing LEED documentation. She is an associate member of the AIA.
Greenberg has 39 years of experience in design, construction document preparation, and team management. His attributes include design detail problem-solving abilities, and reliable quality control with regard to both contract drawings and specifications.
With five years of experience, Santos has worked on a variety of projects for corporate, higher education, and life sciences companies. Previously, she worked as an interior designer for three design firms in Boston where she was responsible for building Revit models, developing test fits, creating concept presentations, renderings, and construction documents and selecting finishes for projects.
Webb has spent most of his design career working with science and healthcare clients. Most recently, his focus has been on planning, design, and project delivery for various projects in the life sciences sectors.
“We are always looking for talented professionals. We do not hire for specific project requirements. Instead, we seek to build our staff by selecting professionals who can make a long-term impact on how we work,” said Daniel P. Perruzzi, Jr., AIA, LEED AP, principal and senior partner at Margulies Perruzzi. “We are pleased to welcome these talented individuals to our design and professional staff as we continue to grow our team and services.”