Commonwealth Architects Announces Four New Hires
Commonwealth Architects is pleased to welcome four new team members to the firm.
Jennifer Hugman joins the firm as an Architectural Historian. Her extensive research and writing abilities and historical interests are a valuable addition to Commonwealth Architects’ historic preservation and rehabilitation efforts. She will work closely with our Director of Historic Preservation to compile historic structure reports and tax credit applications. Jennifer received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and English and a Master of Architectural History from the University of Virginia.
Sonny Joy-Hogg joins the firm as an Architectural Designer. He will be actively involved in historic renovation, multi-family housing, and retail projects. Sonny earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and hopes to one day open his own architectural firm.
Allison Throckmorton joins the firm as the Marketing Coordinator. Her primary responsibilities include writing and proofreading, social media management, website maintenance, and Request for Proposal (RFP) response documentation for submission. Allison received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Christopher Newport University and has been involved in the marketing field for several years.
Heather Tricoli joins the firm as an Architectural Designer. With two years of previous experience, she provides a valuable skill set to our architectural team. She is most inspired to helping Commonwealth Architects’ reach their sustainable design goals. Heather received a Master of Architecture with a focus on sustainable design form Judson University in Elgin, Illinois.
“We are delighted to add these four young professionals to our firm. Their backgrounds and skills only make us a stronger practice with more to offer. We feel confident they will produce high quality work and offer excellent service to our consultants and clients,” said Dominic Venuto, principal at Commonwealth Architects.