Spring Brings New Opportunities

Hanbury is pleased to share our latest leadership promotions. Their recognition is reflective of their leadership, talents and commitment through their work and as they live the Hanbury values in the workplace and in collaborating with clients, consultants and colleagues.

New Principals are:

David Keith, AIA, LEED AP BD+C ​joined the firm last summer as President, bringing with him 30 years of experience. His collaborative approach to urban and campus planning and his design attention has allowed him to lead a variety of design projects throughout the region and nation. He has a long-standing commitment towards the development and mentoring of young architects along with engagement in the community, our culture and the profession.

Becky Ensogna, AIA, LEED AP BD + C is an experienced architect with a solid background in project management and client and consultant coordination. Since joining Hanbury almost a decade ago, she has focused on higher education projects. Becky is a tenacious defender of project design.

Matthew Lee, CID, ASID, LEED AP combines his interior design talents with a background in city and regional planning to help create buildings that support and enrich student life. He is passionate about shaping spaces that are the backdrop to the transfer and sharing of knowledge and ideas.

Reid Sabin, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C is an integral member of Hanbury's campus planning team, helping develop campus and housing master plans for universities. As a landscape architect, he is cross-trained in practice areas, including sustainability, land planning, geosciences, and civil engineering.

New Associate Principals are:

Christopher Charles, AIA brings exceptional organizational, technical, and communication skills to every project team and has proven to be an integral member of many design teams.

Kevin Kattwinkel, AIA LEED AP is known for his thorough approach to the design process as he manages project teams from concept development through construction.

Abigail Watson, AIA particularly enjoys challenging herself to design at different scales, from intricate details to full housing master plans. She adds exceptional collaborative, technical, and documenting abilities to any project team and finds deep rewards in receiving feedback from clients occupying spaces she has helped design.

New Associates at Hanbury are: 

Anna Carpenter, AIA, LEED APAndrew R. Craven, AIA, LEED AP, PMPErika L. Feggestad, Cathy Lester, Lauren Maloney and Debra Meadows.

Each Hanbury employee adds exceptional value to our firm and to our ability to meet and exceed our clients’ needs. We’re proud to be a place where employees thrive and grow.

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