TULSA, Okla., Feb. 15, 2018 -- JCJ Architecture today announced the expansion of its national practice with the opening of an office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The new location bolster's JCJ's national footprint with existing offices in Atlanta, Boston, Hartford, New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Diego.
As part of its expansion, the firm also announced three new, strategic hires that blend wide-ranging expertise with local and regional understanding, including:
Amy Harrell, IIDA, NCIDQ – Project Director, Studio Leader. Having collaborated with JCJ regularly over the last 12 years, Amy will assume day-to-day management of the office and will play a leading role in design and project oversight. Throughout her 18 years of practice, Amy has been widely recognized across the region for her rigorous approach to design and exceptional client service.
Randall Hull, AIA – Senior Architect, Project Director. Randy has been a Tulsa-area business owner working in architecture, construction and land development for over 25 years. Having designed, managed and provided owner's representation on a variety of complex private, commercial and government projects, Randy brings a unique background and perspective to JCJ clients and their stakeholders.
Corey Graham – Interior Architecture. Corey, an Oklahoma native, joins JCJ after 16 years of working in Las Vegasand across Asia. Throughout his career, Corey has gained deep expertise in the design of high-end gaming, hotel and retail environments. Prior to joining JCJ, he served as a project manager for Wynn Design & Development, a subsidiary of Wynn Resorts, Ltd.
JCJ Architecture's presence in Tulsa will allow the firm to provide existing and future clients with increased access to project teams and serve as a convenient location to collaborate with the state's top public and private entities. Currently, the firm is working in Durant, Okla. with the Choctaw Nation of Indians on completion of a Tribal Wellness Center and design for a new Cultural Center, as well as three other Nations on hospitality and gaming projects throughout the state.
"JCJ Architecture has lead significant design projects throughout Oklahoma since 2006, working with inspiring clients and talented partners across the region," said Scott P. Celella, CSI, LEED AP, Chief Project Officer at JCJ. "With the opening of our new Tulsa office, we have the expanded resources and talent to continue to advance our clients' project needs and help fuel JCJ's reputation of delivering excellence in service, design and management."