JCJ’s most experienced and well-rounded leaders
to take on new roles across the firm

Hartford, Conn., - JCJ Architecture today announced the promotion of ten leaders across the firm’s network of seven offices. Recognizing their extraordinary contributions to design excellence and client service as well as their commitment to the development of the firm as a diverse and design-focused enterprise, JCJ congratulates the following individuals on their new roles:

Elevated to Principal

Rick Marencic, IIDA – Design Principal

Elevated to Senior Associate

Emily Czarnecki, NCIDQ – Senior Interior Designer

Julie Kim, AIA, LEED AP –Technical Resource Manager

Sharmista Mitra-Kelly, NCIDQ, CID – Senior Interior Designer

Christie Pezzetta – Senior Interior Designer

Joel Sharpe, AIA, LEED AP – Senior Architect

Elevated to Associate

Marek Falkowski – Senior Design Technician

Kaylee Miner – Interior Designer

David Newman, RA, CCS, CSI, LEED AP – Senior Specifications Writer

Rick Oja, AIA, LEEP AP – Senior Architect

“These individuals have exhibited a high degree of personal motivation and professional skill, greatly contributing to the development of our practice and our people. While some have been with the firm for well over a decade, others have only a few years of service; each one brings a tremendous level of creativity and drive to their work,” said Peter Stevens, President of JCJ Architecture. “This group demonstrates the tremendous breadth and depth of JCJ’s bench and are among the reasons we are known to be one of the most well-rounded and trusted firms in our industry.”