SWBR

Benjamin Blades

Benjamin Blades

SWBR announces the following new hires: Benjamin Blades; Brandon Holley; Gabrielle Marino; Joshua Greenaker; Sarah Latona; and Charles Lomino III.

Blades has been hired as project designer in the firm’s education studio. He worked at SWBR as a co-op while attending Rochester City School District’s Robert Brown High School of Design and Construction. Blades went on to attend SUNY Alfred.

Holley has joined the firm’s workplace studio team. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in architecture from SUNY Alfred, and previously worked at SWBR as an intern.

Marino has been hired as a project designer. She recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architecture from SUNY Alfred.

Greenaker has joined SWBR’s housing studio. He has experience in historic preservation and adaptive reuse that will aid the firm in projects. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in architecture from SUNY Alfred.

Latona has been hired as a member of the firm’s education studio. She recently graduated from SUNY Alfred with a degree in architectural technology.

Lomino has been hired as a structural designer. He is a Clarkson University graduate, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

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Brandon Holley

Brandon Holley

Gabrielle Marino

Gabrielle Marino

Joshua Greenaker

Joshua Greenaker

Sarah Latona

Sarah Latona

Charles Lomino III

Charles Lomino III

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