Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — October 11 - 24, 2013 — 15C


Pa P roJECt n EWs Artistic talents will be reflected in rendered graphics nave newell, Inc. hires Sombke as landscape designer K InG OF PRUSSIA, PA — nave newell, Inc. announced the commitment to excellence in client service. Forestry in Syracuse, NewYork and holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture.

As a landscape designer, Sombkewill support the project team from conceptual design through construction provid- ing site analysis, site planning and landscape and lighting design. While in school, he spent a semester abroad in Lisbon, Portugal studying representational methods of capturing the city’s essential themes and landscapes, where watercolor became his primary medium. His artistic talents will be reflected in rendered graphics for clients and board presentations. n agement skills to support No- elker and Hull’s institutional and religious project portfolios. AMagna CumLaude graduate of Temple University with a Bachelor ofArchitecture, he re- ceived the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Award for the highest archi- tectural grade point average of his graduating class. Birgitt E. Peck, a native of Germany and tenured No- elker and Hull staff member, originally joined the firm in 1997 and currently serves as business manager. Peck returned to Noelker and Hull in 2001. n Developments Construction Renovations Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Contact: Elaine Fanning 800-584-1062/781-871-5298 Ext. 212 EFanning@mareJournal.com new Philadelphia-based as- sociates in February and will celebrate its 60th anniversary in November. The complete new ad- dress is 400 Market Street, Suite 1250, Philadelphia, PA 19106. n

“Henry is a talented and enthusiastic designer. He has been a great asset right from the start and brings not only experience on similar projects, but fresh ideas to the depart- ment, firm and our clients,” said Paul lepard, RlA , direc- tor of operations and land plan- ning & landscape architecture at Nave Newell. The addition of Sombke to the team is part of Nave Newell’s strategic growth plan to hire profession- als who complement the firm’s corporate culture and value our

addition of Henry Som- bke to their l a n d s c a p e architecture department. S o m b k e , ha i l s f r om upstate New York, where

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he most recently worked for Chazen Companies, a multi- disciplinary consulting firm similar to Nave Newell. He is a graduate of SUNY College of Environmental Science and CHAMBERSBURG, PA — noelker and Hull As- sociates has named Brian Kuhns, AIA, nCARB and Birgitt Peck as senior asso- ciates of the firm. Kuhns and Peck are experienced profes- sionals who were invited by the firm’s Board of Directors and Investor’s Council to receive the designation. Under the ap- pointment, they will be respon- sible for in-house productivity programs and resources. “Brian and Birgitt bring a wealth of experience to their positions, and play key roles in the ongoing success of this firm,” said Noelker and Hull PHIlADElPHIA, PA | wASHInGtOn, DC — The Philadelphia office of Keast & Hood Co . will open on the twelfth floor of the Continen- tal Building at 400Market St. The move comes as part of the firm’s 60th anniversary year;

noelker and Hull promotes Kuhns & Peck president Michael Hull, AIA . “We appreciate their long- standing commitment to the firm as well as their work above and beyond the call of duty, and we’re proud to rec- ognize their efforts.”

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Kuhns joined Noelker and Hull in 2012 after working as a project manager for vari- ous architectural firms in the Philadelphia area. A Cham- bersburg-area native, Kuhns returned to Noelker and Hull after a 13-year hiatus, having served as an architectural in- tern at the firm from 1996 to 1999. Kuhns uses his profes- sional design and project man- expanded and natural light- filled spaces accommodate a growing staff of 27 engineers and support personnel. “The move marks a year of growth and celebration,” said principal thomas normile , PE . The firm announced two

Celebrating 60 years of insightful engineering & exceptional service: 1953-2013

Keast & Hood Co. Phila. office relocates to expanded space

Façade Inspections • Condition Assessments • Repairs New Construction • Renovation • Preservation

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Contact: Elaine Fanning 800-584-1062/781-871-5298 Ext. 212 EFanning@mareJournal.com

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