Architecture & Design

HMFH Architects Announce Staff Promotions

HMFH Architects, based in Cambridge, Mass., recently announced a series of promotions for staff members Gary Brock, Suni Dillard, and Holly Miller, according to a news release.

Gary Brock, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to Senior Associate. He also serves as a Sustainability Leader at HMFH, where he applies research-based solutions to help clients meet reasonable goals for holistically sustainable and healthy buildings. His responsibilities include everything from design challenges to sustainability strategies. His contributions to the design of Saugus Middle High School in Massachusetts earned a LEED Platinum certification, the release reports.

Suni Dillard, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has also been promoted to Senior Associate. She also serves as a Sustainability Leader at HMFH and embraces socially responsible designs that positively impact the health of both people and their environment. Her knowledge of high-performance systems, healthy materials, and low-carbon design helps clients and colleagues set—and meet—ambitious goals for sustainability. Her work on the Bristol County Agricultural High School’s renewed new campus won recognition as the 2022 Green Building of the Year.

Finally, Holly Miller, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to Associate. Miller had 25 years’ design experience before starting at HMFH, and her capability for design leadership and creativity has earned trust from both clients and colleagues, according to the news release. Equally well-versed in technical details and the process of corralling stakeholders, clients, and the internal team, her role at HMFH is defined not only by her design excellence but also by the open dialogue she maintains at all stages of the process.

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