Despite 2020’s obvious challenges, DMR stands as a bellwether for future commerce with an ever-growing project pipeline that necessitated hiring five new team members in November.
Our extensive $1 billion pipeline includes municipal and public education projects in municipalities eager to take advantage of low interest rates, residential rental developers prepared to house those priced out of the housing market, and corporate entities ready to safely return to business-as-usual.
“New Jersey is resilient; we came back from the financial crisis of 2008 and Super Storm Sandy, and we’re learning and growing stronger as we make our way through the pandemic,” said Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA, President and CEO of DMR Architects. “Our clients’ current investments will secure their future success and make New Jersey a better place to do business.”
Karen Mastriano, Director of Business Development brings more than a decade of experience working for organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to local start-ups and not-for-profits. Her experience in the New Jersey business community in both the public and private sectors will benefit all of DMR’s practice areas. She has also served as a councilwoman and Council President for the Borough of Saddle River and as the Clerk to the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Ramapo College.
Bharath “Ram” Ramamoorthy, AIA, Senior Project Manager comes to DMR to grow its corporate interiors practice area. He most recently worked at Gensler where he secured and managed new client relationships and managed numerous well-known corporate interiors projects representing a total of more than three million square feet and more than $115 million in construction value. He holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering-Construction Management from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a Master of Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Mumbai, India.
Sieun Lee, LEED AP, Project Architect joins DMR’s production department and will also support the corporate interiors team. Ms. Lee also joins the DMR team from Gensler and will focus primarily on DMR’s work in the growing banking sector. She has more than eight years of experience and has a Bachelor of Architecture from Drury University in Springfield, MO, and a Master of Science in Advanced Architecture Design from Columbia University.
Maryam Delshad, Project Architect joins DMR’s production department primarily supporting DMR’s mixed-use residential team. Her most recent experience includes working as an architecture lead at WeWork, managing the more than 15 real estate development and construction projects for the organization in New York, Florida and Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Azad University of Tehran and a Master of Architecture from Pratt Institute.
Samer Shenoda, Project Architect also joins DMR’s production department, where he will be supporting projects primarily in the public sector. He has experience working on projects locally in New Jersey and New York and internationally in Kuwait and Abu Dhabi. He has a Bachelor in Interior Architecture from El-Minia University in Egypt and a Master of Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
“This is a very diverse group of individuals with a dynamic range of skills and experiences,” said Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA, President and CEO of DMR Architects. “We’re excited to see the creativity that will follow their integration into our team.”