New Hires in the New Year!

Boston, MA – Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) is pleased to announce and welcome Amanda Rapson, Anne Slick, Diane Donaghey and Mike Ryan to our firm!

Amanda Rapson joins SBA’s technical staff as a Designer/Drafter 2. Amanda is a recent graduated from Roger Williams University where she received a Master of Architecture. Before coming on board with SBA, Amanda gained valuable experience working for a Rhode Island based Architecture firm where she further explored her love for healthcare architecture.

Anne Slick, AIA has joined SBA’s Enfield office as an Associate. Anne comes to SBA as an experienced designer and project manager.  Anne’s ability to organize and run team coordination and production helps projects be completed efficiently. Anne has worked on a range of project types including hi-rise residential, higher education, healthcare, cultural arts, corporate and commercial offices.  She is an advocate of community initiatives and sustainable design and has a strong background in BIM management.  Anne has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from NYU and a Master’s degree in Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design.

Diane Donaghey has joined SBA as Business Development Manager. Diane will be working with the Business Development chairs in SBA’s Boston and Enfield offices in order to enhance the firm’s outreach to clients and develop new business opportunities. Diane is heavily involved in the Boston chapter of SMPS and has been working within the AEC industry for the last seven years.

Mike Ryan has joined SBA as a Senior Designer Manager. Mike comes to SBA with over 35 years of healthcare design and planning experience, working with a wide range of notable clients including Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Steward Health Care, and Shields Health Care Group. Mike’s project responsibilities range from plan review, construction documentation and building envelope detailing to construction administration.  Mike has a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Boston Architectural College. 

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