team members

James R. Platt, RA

Senior Architect

When I was young, I knew that I could create something when I was a grown up. It turns out I was right and what I create helps people to enjoy their stay or their workplace. I like that.

Paul Cali, AIA


Design elegance is devising a simple solution to a complex problem. I'm proud that we don't stop designing once a project's functional requirements have been satisfied, but continue until we find an optimal, elegant solution that makes a beautiful building and realizes the best value for our client. Knowing you've exceeded your client's expectations is the most rewarding feeling.

Jon Funari, AIA


Tobie L. Nepo, ASID


Interior spaces are where we live. We work in them, learn in them, heal in them and celebrate in them. They affect how we react and interact with others. To be able to listen to a client's goals, help them to translate their vision into physical space, and hear their excitement at the end of the project is the reason I love what I do.

Ashley Solomon, Allied ASID

Interior Designer

I have always known interior design to be so much more than the general public thinks it to be. It is patience, creativity and implementation. We are environmental psychologists. We are problem solvers. We can create impact with our functional and creative environments and there is a great power in that work.

Robert E. Graham

IT Admin & Senior CAD Technician

Sneha K. Mansukhani

Graduate in Architecture

What I love most about architecture is our interaction with others and how together we strive to resolve the important aspects of each project with a humane approach.

Michael K. Larche

Graduate in Architecture

One day I said to myself, “I think I should become an architect. After all, ‘arch’ is in my last name.”

Scott O. Hazlett, AIA


I discovered that I had a real passion for healthcare design about 30 years ago when I was working on a human tissue laboratory where they were growing artificial tissue for severe burn victims. I felt like I was doing something really important

David W. Bostak, AIA

Senior Architect

The greatest award one can receive in the profession of architecture is the simple reward of sharing in the experience with others in creating something of beauty out of nothing.

Rachel Rzymek

Business Development
Marketing Manager

If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.

Lisa L. Jankowski

Accounting and HR Manager

Attitudes are contagious. Make yours worth catching.

Linda McFadden, P.E.

Mechanical Engineer

I enjoy adding value to a project, whether it be through the commissioning process or identifying some energy-efficient feature.

Patti Weisgerber

Administrative Assistant

Matthew Vibberts, AIA


We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us. – Winston Churchill

Nicole Mooney

Graduate in Architecture

The way the urban landscape is developing across the city of Pittsburgh is incredibly inspiring, and as a designer I am honored to be a part of that evolution.

Gretchen Zetler, NCIDQ


I love what I do and consider my efforts successful if my client can say that the space I've created expresses vision and mission, facilitates needs and is inspiring and functional to all that occupy the space.

Jason Woynar

Senior Interior Designer

"Design can be art, design can be aesthetics.  Design is so simple, that's why it is so complicated." --Paul Rand

Wes Wise, AIA

Senior Architect

The best part of being an architect is empowering others to realize their dreams. Sometimes in ways that never even occurred to them. Bring me your challenges, and we’ll find the solutions that align with your vision for the project.

Michelle Sokol

Marketing Coordinator

Richard Gazda

Senior Project Coordinator

The best part of working in our industry is working as an integral part of a project team. We collaborate daily with a variety of very knowledgeable people, all possessing a wide range of different skillsets, resulting in a successful final product. It makes it easy to get up in the morning knowing you will learn something new and leaving at the end of the day with the satisfaction that you were, in turn, able to transfer some of your knowledge to someone else.

Thomas Beatty

CAD Technician

Joan Caruso


I don't like to brag, but I am one smooth operator!

Peter Harjung, AIA


Apoorva Juneja, AIA


Client values and aspirations are brought to life with innovative, collaborative, and precise architecture. I am motivated to understand unique challenges, design efficient solutions, and provide quality deliverables that promote your organization’s success.