Glastonbury, CT – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) announced the following team members, across its Glastonbury, Atlanta, Boston, and Los Angeles offices, have been promoted to senior associate.
-Michael Pritchett, AIA, joined SLAM in 2016 and is a NCARB certified architect. He was promoted to associate and currently represents the firm as a senior project manager for the healthcare practice.
-Raymond “Ray” Sluzas, AIA, LEED AP, CSI, CCS, CCCA, joined the firm in 2003 and serves as a technical and specification lead architect, supporting the firm’s multi-market practices in education, healthcare and corporate.
-Loren Belida, AIA, LEED AP, (2009) serves as a project architect, supporting the firm’s multi-market practices in education, healthcare and corporate.
-Brian Ericsson (2008) serves as a job captain for the firm’s education practice.
-Nicholas “Nick” Campanelli, PLA, ASLA, (2012) supports the firm’s landscape architecture studio.
-Kathy Bell, AIA, ACHA (1987) serves as a programmer/planner and research/educational coordinator for the firm’s healthcare practice.
-William “Bill” Cone, PLA, ASLA (2008) supports the firm’s landscape architecture studio.
-Lucy Conway (1988) serves as the firm’s controller in the finance department.
-Edward “Ed” Edelman, LEED AP, (2003) supports the firm’s healthcare practice.
-Tracy Herzer, IIDA, NCIDQ, LEEP AP, WELL AP (1986) is in the firm’s interior design studio. She leads the firm’s health and wellness program, elevating the firm as one of Connecticut’s Healthiest Employers in 2018 and 2019.
-Brenda Johnson (1982) is a project accountant, payroll manager and benefits coordinator in the finance department.
-Daniel ”Dan” Renn (2002) supports the healthcare and education practices, providing construction administration and quality assurance to projects.
-Matthew “Matt” Shea, AIA (2004) is serving the education practice as a project architect and project manager.
-John Stergakis (2000) is director of information services. He has over 28 years of experience in information technology. His focus is to develop ways to keep national project teams connected to integrated Building Information Modeling Systems. He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. He worked for nearly 10 years with United States Department of Agriculture.
-Jeffrey ”Jeff” Zepperi (2006) serves as a job captain for the education practice.
SLAM Los Angeles:
-James “Jim” Reyes, AIA joined SLAM in 2006 and Sagar Chavan, AIA, LEED AP joined in 2002. Both support the firm’s healthcare and education practices as senior project managers.