Renowned design firm invests in leadership to support increasing project demand
Internationally recognized design firm Cooper Carry announced the promotion of 37 employees, adding three new principals, five new associate principals, one director, 10 new senior associates and 18 new associates to its roster. The internal advancements highlight the company’s success and corresponding increased demand for project design leadership.
“We strongly believe in the human talent that continues to provide our clients with innovative design ideas, propelling new and repurposed developments into architectural excellence,” said Kevin Cantley, president and CEO of Cooper Carry. “The increasing number of incoming projects has created an opportunity for internal growth and the promotion of these highly-skilled professionals will help further positioning our company as a leader in the industry.”
Cooper Carry is currently involved in several projects across the country including Phase II of Park Center in Dunwoody, Georgia where State Farm is a primary tenant; the AC Moxy Hotel by Marriott in Midtown Atlanta; the Kansas City Convention Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri; the redesign of Ballston Mall in Arlington, VA; the new Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Education Building (BSE) at Universities at Shady Grove in College Park, MA, among others. A complete listing of names and new positions can be found below:
Director of Planning
New Senior Associates
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ABOUT Cooper Carry
Cooper Carry provides architecture, planning, landscape architecture, interior design, environmental graphic design and sustainability consulting services. Founded in 1960, the firm specializes in the design of corporate, education, government, hospitality, mixed-use, office, residential, restaurants, retail, science + technology, and transit projects. The firm has designed projects in 45 states and globally in the Caribbean, Middle East, Asia, Africa and Central America. Engaging a fundamental design philosophy centered on the concept that environments should connect people to people and people to place, the firm promotes the philosophy of “connective architecture.” Designers understand the local market and the specific cultural and physical contexts in which the building will serve those who interact with it while conceiving memorable spaces, inside and out. Listening to the client and gaining a deep understanding of the market and site prior to commencing design, Cooper Carry balances passionate creativity with client service. The firm expands vision and adds value to every project and its community.