Ronald Baker, AIA

Principal
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With his commitment to maintaining a high level of professional service in the execution of design and document production, Ronald Baker enhances the quality of the technical expertise at Cambridge Seven. His involvement extends to the management of many large and complex projects for both public sector and private clients, along with the development of resources and guidelines to assure continuing quality. Mr. Baker inspires trust and loyalty from C7A’s clients with his dedication to their needs and ultimate vision for their projects. He holds degrees from Texas A&M University and Wentworth Institute of Technology.

Stefan Bold, Assoc. AIA

Senior Associate
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Prior to joining C7A, Stefan Bold trained in Germany and gained experience in internships and freelance work throughout the country. A highly skilled designer, Mr. Bold has contributed his talent to a number of projects, including the award-winning Peter Buck Center for Health and Fitness at Bowdoin College, UMass Lowell’s new Health and Social Sciences Building, and the KAFD Geo-Science Centre. He is also involved with the Boston Architectural College and MIT as a Critic. He was promoted to Senior Associate in 2014.

Berton Bremer, AIA

Associate
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Bert Bremer has contributed both strong design and management capabilities to C7A. He has worked on reconstruction of the MBTA’s Ashmont, Fields Corner, and Shawmut rapid transit stations, provided construction management for the Peter Buck Center for Health and Fitness at Bowdoin College, the Gordon School, and the MODS EcoDiscovery Center in Fort Lauderdale, and completed renovations for the Edwards Center for Art and Dance at Bowdoin College, the Colonnade Hotel in Boston, the Ames Hotel in Boston, and the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, New Hampshire. Mr. Bremer plays an active role in progress reviews and student orientation at the Boston Architectural College (BAC), where he also serves as Chair of the BAC Practice Faculty, and he assists the firm’s younger staff in their pursuit of licensure.

Jan Brenner, AIA

Senior Associate
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With a Post Professional Masters in Architecture from Yale and a Bachelor in Architecture from Syracuse University, Jan Brenner gained experience in Sweden, Belgium and Connecticut prior to joining Cambridge Seven Associates. As Project Architect at Cambridge Seven, he has brought accomplished design skills to a range of projects, including public transit, academic, hospitality, museum and corporate work. Mr. Brenner enjoys working directly with our clients to bring form to their visions. He was promoted to Senior Associate in 2014.

Kwesi Budu-Arthur

Associate
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Kwesi Budu-Arthur manages digital imaging for Cambridge Seven. He applies his expertise in design and graphics to enhance and support the C7A brand, and he has been providing graphic design for the firm’s marketing and business materials for nearly twenty years, from ads and awards submissions to interview presentations. In addition to serving as the photographer for nearly all of the office’s completed projects during the past few years, Kwesi also enhances the firm’s conceptual renderings by adding digital effect and layers to create a more modern, realistic appearance. He is also the Curator of the Paul Dietrich Gallery.

Sharon Clarke, AIA

Associate
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Sharon Clarke is a talented and detail-driven architect who has applied her expertise on several of the firm’s recent aquarium projects, including the Greensboro Science Center's SciQuarium; "World Alive" at Discovery Place; and master planning for the New England Aquarium. She has also worked on the Boston Children’s Museum expansion and renovation project, master planning for the Museum of Science in Boston, and the Howard D. Ulfelder, MD Healing Garden at Massachusetts General Hospital. She earned her Bachelors of Architecture from Rice University.

Justin Crane, AIA

Associate
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Since joining Cambridge Seven, Justin Crane has provided architectural design for many notable academic, civic, and hospitality projects. He is actively involved in the architecture community in Boston, serving as President of Learning by Design Massachusetts, and as former chair of the BSA Ethics committee and founding Co-Chair of Common Boston, a volunteer committee of the BSA that celebrates architecture and design in the community. Mr. Crane received his Masters in Architecture from MIT and a Bachelors of Art degree in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University. He has served as a guest critic at MIT, Northeastern University, and the Wentworth Institute of Technology. In 2010, he was nominated for the AIA Young Architects Award.

Emily Grandstaff-Rice, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Associate
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Emily Grandstaff-Rice has shown exceptional leadership in her commitment to sustainable design and construction projects at C7A. She has recently been involved in a number of museum, aquarium, and academic projects. A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Harvard University, Ms. Grandstaff-Rice was the recipient of the 2008 AIA Young Architects Award, and she is actively involved in the architecture industry at large, serving on several committees with the AIA and BSA. She served as the 2014 President for the Boston Society of Architects. She was also selected for the 2014 "40 Under 40" Award by the Boston Business Journal and the 2013 "40 Under 40" Award by Building Design+Construction.

Stefanie Greenfield, AIA, LEED AP

Principal
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Stefanie Greenfield came to Cambridge Seven Associates after several years in Germany and New York. Since joining C7A, she has been actively involved in a diverse range of work including hospitality, commercial, academic and civic projects. Her penetrating design sense and her leadership and communication abilities make her an important team member at Cambridge Seven. She is actively involved in the design community, serving as a member of the BSA Women Principals Group and a Brookline Town Meeting Member. She is a regular speaker at design and hospitality conferences, and she has served as thesis adviser and guest critic at the BAC, Harvard GSD, RISD, and MassArt. Ms. Greenfield received her Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, with an undergraduate degree from Colby College.

Paul Herbert, Assoc. AIA

Associate
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Paul Herbert has provided planning and architectural design for many academic and cultural projects at Cambridge Seven. Focusing on issues that impact the visitor experience, he has provided architectural design for the Lao Niu Children’s Museum in Hohhot; the Museum of Discovery and Science; and the Boston Children’s Museum, as well as master planning for several museums. In addition, he has completed academic projects at Northeastern University and Westfield State University. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University, and gained experience at other firms in New York and Boston before joining C7A, where he quickly became an integral member of our architectural staff. Mr. Herbert is also a member of the Faculty at the Boston Architectural College and is currently the coordinator for the undergraduate first semester design studios for architecture, landscape architecture and interior design.

Steven Imrich, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Principal
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Steve Imrich plays a key role in Cambridge Seven's innovative projects, with particular skills in the integration of design, technology, specialty building systems and interpretive features. He contributes significantly to the creative problem solving and dynamic design expression for which C7A is known. Mr. Imrich has lead design and manages a wide range of projects from public attractions such as museums and aquariums, to visitor centers, university facilities, airport terminals, and mixed-use projects. He has also taken the lead at C7A in research and implementation related to sustainable design. Mr. Imrich earned his Masters of Architecture from MIT.

Patricia Intrieri, AIA

Principal
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Patricia Intrieri, AIA is known for her successful management of large-scale, complex projects in the United States and the Middle East. She specializes in higher education facilities with a focus on science and technology. Her clients include colleges and universities as well as cultural institutions around the world. For the past several years, Ms. Intrieri has served as the Principal in Charge for multiple high-value projects in the Gulf Region including Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, as well as complex lab buildings and public transportation facilities in the U.S. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, with a Bachelors of Architecture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. Ms. Intrieri also manages Cambridge Seven’s marketing and PR efforts and serves as the firm's treasurer.

Gary Johnson, AIA

Principal
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Gary Johnson applies his versatility as an architect and urban designer to a wide range of projects at Cambridge Seven Associates. With a Masters from Harvard's Graduate School of Design, and undergraduate degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design and Wentworth Institute of Technology, Mr. Johnson's interest in urban design is utilized on projects in the United States and abroad. Working with diverse C7A clients including developers, hospitality corporations, colleges, private schools, city planners and airport authorities, he has a particular strength in helping his clients communicate their goals to the agencies, residents, donors and others concerned with the evolution of their projects.

Yongjoo Kim, AIA

Associate Principal
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Talented and driven, Yongjoo Kim tackles projects with enthusiasm, skill and precision. He joined Cambridge Seven Associates after gaining experience in Boston and Korea, and he applies his considerable skills to a variety of project types. Recent projects have included the National Aquarium of Saudi Arabia, MODS EcoDiscovery Center addition in Fort Lauderdale, and exhibits for the Gyeonggi Children’s Museum in South Korea. Mr. Kim earned his Master in Architecture at MIT and received a Bachelor in Engineering at Hong-Ik University in Korea. He was promoted to Associate Principal in 2014.

Peter Kuttner, FAIA

Principal
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President of Cambridge Seven Associates, Peter Kuttner synthesizes his leadership role with the design and management of a wide range of projects. He has been instrumental in forging the next generation's collaborative spirit at C7A, bringing the firm's wealth of experience to every client and project. His experience covers master planning, architectural, and exhibit design, with particular focus on complex museum and academic projects accommodating a rich variety of activities. Committed to the architectural profession in its many aspects, Mr. Kuttner recently completed a two-year term as Vice President of the AIA, has co-chaired the NCARB IDP Advisory Committee, chaired the Boston Foundation for Architecture, and serves on the Board of Overseers for the Boston Architectural College. A frequent speaker, writer, and cartoonist, Peter earned his Masters in Architecture from the University of Michigan.

Timothy Mansfield, AIA

Principal
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Timothy Mansfield combines dynamic talent with a high level of design and construction experience at Cambridge Seven. Commanding excellent leadership and communication skills, he is particularly effective leading the design and management of complex projects. Mr. Mansfield's impressive design and interpersonal skills proves effective on a range of projects at C7A from major aquariums in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East to cultural, academic and hospitality projects around the U.S. and Canada Mr. Mansfield received his Masters in Architecture from MIT and his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University.

Hillary Mateev, AIA

Associate
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Hillary Mateev joined Cambridge Seven Associates after gaining experience at architectural firms in Boston, Los Angeles, and Michigan. Since joining C7A, she has provided architectural design and construction administration services for several hospitality, academic and museum projects. Most recently she worked on renovations and new exhibits for World of Little League in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Other recent projects include the Hall at Patriot Place; the College of Business Administration and College for Women at Kuwait University; Corbu Spa at The Charles Hotel; and renovations to the Revere Hotel. She received her Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan.

Adam Mitchell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Associate Principal
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Working with a wide range of clients, Adam Mitchell has extensive experience in design and project management. At Cambridge Seven, he has been a Project Architect or Project Manager on several of our largest and most challenging projects for academic, healthcare, hospitality, museum and aquarium clients. Mr. Mitchell earned his Master in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin, and an undergraduate degree in Art History from Vassar College. He is also currently an Advanced Design Studio Instructor at the Boston Architectural College.

Chris Muskopf, Assoc. AIA

Associate
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Chris Muskopf has applied his project management and design leadership skills on many C7A projects, including the recently completed Gloucester HarborWalk, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary, and CBS Scene in Foxboro. Mr. Muskopf received his Masters of Architecture from MIT and draws from a wide range of experiences in the design professions, including landscape architecture and community-based design. He has served as a guest critic for various universities, including MIT, Northeastern University, Boston Architectural College, Miami University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

James Puopolo, AIA

Associate Principal
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As Cambridge Seven’s senior construction administrator, Jim Puopolo is a technical and construction resource for the staff. With degrees from the Boston Architectural College and Wentworth Institute of Technology, he brings a background in architectural engineering and over 20 years of experience in the industry. Mr. Puopolo currently leads the construction management effort at Cambridge Seven Associates for projects valued at over $250 million in construction cost.

Henry Recor, AIA

Associate
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Since joining Cambridge Seven, Hank Recor has been a valuable asset to several of the firm’s most complex and exciting projects, including the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College, the Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care at MGH, and The Liberty Hotel. He also plays a key leadership role in keeping C7A on the forefront of computer-generated design and technology. A graduate of Boston Architectural College, Mr. Recor was the first recipient, in 2000, of The Kevin O'Marah Award, recognizing academic and design excellence. He continues involvement at the BAC as a guest critic and thesis advisor.

Charles Redmon, FAIA

Principal Emeritus
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Chuck Redmon, architect and urban designer, brings a command of site context to the design overview of our projects at Cambridge Seven. With an intuitive grasp of large-scale architectural issues, a gift for drawing, and the ability to give shape quickly to complex ideas, he has played a major role in the conceptual development of many projects at C7A. Nationally, Mr. Redmon was the winner of the AIA's Kemper Award for service to the profession and community. He was awarded the 2002 Boston Society of Architects Honor Award, the BSA's highest award recognizing individuals who have made profound and significant contributions to the professional community. Mr. Redmon is a graduate of Rice University, and he continues to be very active in the Boston region regarding local issues around transportation, growth and urban design, and design education. He retired from C7A in 2014.

Marc Rogers, LEED AP BD+C

Principal
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Marc Rogers brings his considerable design and CAD skills to a variety of projects at Cambridge Seven, including academic, museum, aquarium, and mixed-use developments. His recent projects include the KAFD Geo-Science Centre, The Liberty Hotel, and Boston Children's Museum, and he has been involved in the design of number of projects for Kuwait University. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he is also heavily involved in helping to ensure that C7A stays at the forefront of sustainable design research. Mr. Rogers received his degree in Architecture from Northeastern University, and he has taught as a guest Critic for Northeastern’s School of Architecture, as a Studio Critic for Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design Summer Professional Program, and as an Instructor at the Boston Architectural College.

Penny Sander

Associate Principal
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Utilizing over 30 years of experience in the management, programming, and development of museum, aquarium, and exhibit projects, Penny Sander expands Cambridge Seven’s capabilities to include content development and interpretive programming and planning. Her expertise in museum operations, combined with her project management skills, make her a valuable resource to C7A’s exhibit design group. Ms. Sander holds degrees from Harvard University in Business Administration and a Masters in Cultural History and Museology from the University of Vermont.

José Silveira

Principal
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As Cambridge Seven’s Chief Financial Officer, Joe Silveira is a key player in the strategic realignment of the firm. He has introduced new financial standards, reviews contracts and fees, handles staffing, and facilitates firm management at C7A. Mr. Silveira also focuses on human resource issues, and the day-to-day management of the firm. Expanding on his commitment to the industry, he participates in The Advisory Group, a group of executives leading regional A/E firms, and he presents on office organization issues to Roger Williams College students as part of the college's Professional Practice curriculum.

Douglas Simpson, LEED AP BD+C

Associate Principal
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As the Senior Exhibit Designer at C7A, Douglas Simpson works on all aspects of the design, from interactive exhibits to graphic interfaces and displays. His work focuses on creating engaging, educational exhibits. Working closely with curators and content experts, he has created a full array of informal learning experiences—interactive multimedia exhibits, low-tech hands-on activities, computer interactives, dioramas, soundscapes, and immersive theaters. With a liberal arts and design education, and work experience in education and construction, Mr. Simpson brings a diverse set of talents to exhibit projects. His work spans a wide variety of museums environments—natural history, science, children’s, cultural, and history museums. He was promoted to Associate Principal in 2014.

Peter Sollogub

Associate Principal
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Peter Sollogub brings his dynamic creativity and diversified experience to C7A’s aquarium, museum, exhibit, hospitality, and commercial projects. A gifted designer, exhibit designer, and mentor to the firm’s young staff members, he brings creativity and unabashed enthusiasm to his projects. Mr. Sollogub received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a Masters in Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. For over thirty years, he has also maintained teaching appointments at Harvard, MIT, the Boston Architectural Center, RISD, Virginia Tech and the Universities of Buffalo and North Carolina.

Pamela Sullivan

Senior Associate
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Pamela Sullivan joined Cambridge Seven’s accounting team after receiving a degree in Finance from the Boston College Carroll School of Management. She was promoted to Senior Associate in 2014. Ms. Sullivan contributes greatly to the financial health and well-being of the office, as she is responsible for overseeing contract management, managing the billing process and facilitating cash flow through revenue and expense management.

Joslin Stewart, AIA

Associate Principal
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Joslin Stewart joined Cambridge Seven having acquired a broad range of experience from a Rotch Scholarship and work for various firms in Texas, New York City and Boston. Mr. Stewart received his Masters in Architecture from Rice University, with an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. He has provided design leadership on a variety of projects for C7A’s hospitality, aquarium, mixed-use development, academic, federal and municipal clients. Mr. Stewart's strength in design and the technical aspects of Cambridge Seven’s projects provides beneficial guidance in fostering our younger staff.

David Wiborg, AIA

Associate
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With a Masters in Architecture from MIT, an undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University, and additional study in New York and Paris, David Wiborg, AIA has developed a well rounded set of design, presentation and construction administration skills that he has contributed to a number of key projects at the firm. His work includes the New School of Business at UMass Lowell, the UMass Lowell Health and Social Sciences Building, the Ames Hotel, The Liberty Hotel, and MGH’s Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care.