LLB Architects recognizes growth

LLB Architects, one of the most established architectural firms in Rhode Island, recognizes the growth of key personnel through recent promotions.

Architect Mark A. Hallee, AIA has been appointed Senior Associate and joins four Principals and two other Senior Associates in the leadership of the firm. He graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University in 1995 and with nearly 20 years of experience in architecture, Mark has helped shape multiple award-winning projects since joining the firm in 2005. He is admired for his conscientious, talented, thoughtful, and meticulous design work, most recently as project architect on the award-winning Hillside Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

Eric Smith, LEED AP has taken on the position of Associate. He graduated in 2002 from Roger Williams University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and has been with LLB Architects since 2006. Eric brings years of architectural design practice to the LLB repertoire. With a focus on institutional and commercial projects, Eric has applied his experience to a number of projects for several universities and religious affiliations. He is also experienced with the LEED process and is currently applying sustainable design principles for several in–house projects.

Long-time administrative staff member Jo-Ann Grosso takes on a greater role as Office Manager in light of the retirement of loyal administrator Jean Wood who retired this fall.