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Clark Patterson Lee announces the following additions:

Roberto Campos has been hired as architectural project manager. Prior to joining CPL, he served as project architect for RAZAK Associates. He holds two degrees from Pontifical Catholic University of Chile that are the equivalent to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture in the U.S.

Michael Rizk has been hired as architectural designer. He previously served as intern architect at Design Works Architecture. He has a master’s degree in architecture from Ohio State University and a B.A. in architectural studies from Ithaca College.

Susannah Betts has been hired as marketing coordinator. She previously served as RFP process and content manager at Calero-MDSL. She has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Wesleyan University.

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