Hartford, Conn. – November 19, 2018 – Tecton Architects, a Hartford-based design firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of three professionals to Associate level. These advancements reflect a comprehensive plan to support business growth and deepen team expertise across Tecton’s design markets.
Kathryn Mease, NCIDQ, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC, is an award-winning interior designer who has been with the firm for eight years. She offers a depth of experience in all aspects of interior design, including programming and development of floorplans, ceiling and lighting design, interior detailing, millwork design, and finish and furniture specification for a broad range of project types. She is consistently relied upon by emerging designers, project teams, and a strong personal network of clients, contributing to Tecton’s 85% repeat client rate.
Melissa Roy, Director of Business Development, has been a presence in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry for more than 16 years, and has developed and managed projects for clients throughout the Northeast. Her industry expertise is augmented by a rich background in the non-profit sector, including strategic planning, development and outreach for both community and industry organizations. Though primarily focused on developing client relationships, she has also embraced a significant role in cultivating Tecton’s internal workplace culture since joining the firm in 2016.
Reaghan Schicker, AIA, NCARB is a Lean Healthcare Certified Architect and Project Manager who has been with the firm for just under two years. In that short time, she has made significant contributions to elevating Tecton’s healthcare team and design portfolio. Her practical approach and passionate design of healing environments maker her a trusted resource for major healthcare organizations.
About: Tecton Architects is a multi-specialist architectural, interior design, and master planning firm that has served notable clients for close to 40 years. A staff of 60+ supports projects through offices in Connecticut and Rhode Island, and is licensed to practice in 17 states. The firm’s primary design focus is on Academic, Healthcare, Advanced Technology, Corporate, Mixed Use and Civic environments.