Boston – Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA) recently welcomed five new design professionals to the firm.
Joining MPA as an associate principal, Jason B. Costello, AIA, LEED AP, is a project architect and designer specializing in large healthcare project design and construction. He has more than 16 years of architectural experience. Prior to joining MPA, Costello was associate principal at a Boston-based architecture firm working on large hospital projects.
Karen S. Estabrook, AIA, LEED GA, joins MPA as a senior project manager with more than 25 years of experience in client management, architectural design, and project management. Prior to joining MPA, she held project architect/project manager roles at several architecture firms in Boston. She has been responsible for the completion of a wide variety of project types.
Jamie J. Chan joins the firm as a graphic designer in its marketing department. Previously, he was a freelance designer working on a variety of print, digital, web, and photography projects. He embraces good design theory and works in a multitude of design programs.
An architectural designer at MPA, Joshua LaBeau is a recent graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology. His skill set includes model making, hand drawing, sketching, and Revit modeling. LeBeau completed internships at two Boston-based architecture firms where he worked collaboratively on various projects from the design stage to construction administration.
Joining MPA as an architectural designer, Kelsey Bridge is also a recent graduate of Wentworth. In the Boston Society of Architects 2014 Student Design Showcase, she won first place for an entry that demonstrated exemplary design to redevelop Boston’s Dewey Square. Prior to joining MPA, Bridge worked as an electrical apprentice.