SGA Promotes Five Partners

Boston – SGA, an architecture firm with offices in Boston and New York, recently announced that five previous directors and principals in different divisions have been appointed partners.

(l-r) Gable Clarke, Adam Spagnolo, Matt Michel, John Sullivan, and Michael Schroder

The new partners are:

Gable Clarke IIDA, LEED AP, director of interior design, leads SGA’s interior design department and provides solution-oriented, thoughtful guidance and direction throughout every aspect of the design process. With over two decades of industry experience, she joined SGA in 2004.

Matt Michel AIA, LEED AP, architecture, manages large-scale and complex projects for the firm. He joined SGA in 2000 and was promoted to principal in 2008. He also focuses internally within the firm on risk management, code compliance, and quality control processes.
Michael Schroeder, director of virtual design and construction, brings together design and construction teams to proactively solve the challenges facing large developments. He joined SGA in 2014.
Adam Spagnolo, director of marketing + business development, leads the firm’s New York office. He is the son of founding partner Al Spagnolo. Responsibilities include business development, companywide marketing and communications, operations, and oversight of multidisciplinary teams. He worked for the firm prior to moving to New York in 2004.
John Sullivan AIA, director of architecture, leads SGA’s architecture studio, managing the firm’s major commissions in the mixed-use, office, life sciences, and higher education sectors. He joined SGA in 2005.