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CSArch Announces Promotions



CSArch, a leading architecture and engineering design firm in Albany, New York, announced the promotion of three employees earlier this month.

Douglas Giardino, PE LEED AP BD+C, a mechanical engineer with CSArch for over five years, was promoted to Senior Associate. He is responsible for the analysis of existing systems, the development of mechanical design concepts, construction documents, and specifications, and for construction administration.

Elizabeth Brutsch, RA, has been with the firm for seven years. Earlier this year, Elizabeth earned her architecture license and was most recently promoted to Associate. Elizabeth is responsible for programming, developing design and construction documents, and for construction administration for a educational and civic clients. She also heads the CSArch Student Intern program.

Libby Simon de Montfort, an executive assistant based in CSArch’s Newburgh, New York, office, was promoted to Associate. She has been with the firm for eight years and is responsible for project organization, oversight of construction administration documents, and various administrative tasks.

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About CSArch
CSArch delivers building design solutions for Pre K-12 schools, colleges and universities, civic and cultural organizations, corporate, and institutional facilities. The firm is based in Albany, New York, with offices in Newburgh and White Plains, and serves clients statewide and throughout the Northeast. In 2017, CSArch was named a 2017 Top 300 U.S. Architecture Firm by Architectural Record, and was ranked among the 2017 Top 50 Firms in Business by Architect magazine.

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