DMR Architects has added 10 new team members in 2016—nearly a 33 percent increase in its workforce—in response to its 30 percent growth in billing over the same time period.
The latest additions are Daniel Salazar as Project Manager, Jeffrey Ingerson as Project Architect, and Ariel Rodríguez Díaz as Architect.
Daniel Salazar joins the project management staff and is currently managing public sector projects in Hackensack. These efforts include designs for two projects that are advancing the ongoing downtown rehabilitation efforts in Hackensack, the indoor Johnson Park sports facility and the expansion of the recreation center. Daniel brings 30 years of experience to the firm, having gained experience at firms across the country. Daniel’s wide range of experience includes major projects throughout the United States, primarily focusing on the recreation/hospitality, commercial/retail, healthcare, residential and education sectors. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Arizona, and studied at Universidad La Salle in Mexico City, Mexico, and Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ.
Jeffrey Ingerson gained his nearly 15 years of experience at firms in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, working on residential, corporate interiors, retail and fitness/wellness center projects. At DMR, he is supporting projects in the residential sector, a growing sector for the firm that is currently designing more than 600 new units at several projects across northern New Jersey. He graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.
Ariel Rodríguez Díaz has joined the Production Staff where he will also be assisting on design projects in Hackensack. He gained experience at firms in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, gaining experience in several similar recreation, sports and redevelopment projects. He has a BA in Architecture from Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico and an MA in Sustainable Management from New England College in New Hampshire.
“I’m happy to say that while our billing growth is exceptionally high in 2016, it is not an anomaly,” said Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA, President and CEO of DMR Architects. “It’s been our strategy for 25 years to monitor trends in construction and real estate development and then hire to address anticipated needs. We’re excited to see what Daniel, Jeffrey and Ariel will do in the coming years.”Related Articles: