Four Staff Pass ARE
SMMA's Mariana Antelo, Courtney Borelli, Michael Pardek, and Jennifer Soucy recently passed the seventh and final division of the Architect Registration Examination, the last remaining hurdle in their journey toward licensure and becoming registered architects in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Mariana has been with the firm for 17 years, and has built a diverse personal portfolio during that span. More recently, her efforts have been focused within the K-12 Studio, having played key roles on project teams for Ayer Shirley Regional, Grafton, Wellesley, and West Springfield High Schools.
A three-year SMMA veteran, Courtney is a versatile architect whose project work has included higher education learning environments, urban residential developments, and nearly everything in between. She is presently engaged in ensuring the successful completions of 44 Burbank Street and 41 Westland Avenue.
Michael has been integral to a number of SMMA's more recent Corporate and Commercial commissions, notably including 321 Harrison Avenue and 89 A Street, and has leveraged his conceptual talents in design competitions for L.L.Bean and others. He is in his seventh year with the firm.
In her nine years with SMMA, Jen has been indispensable in advancing design and overseeing project progress for school districts like Wellesley and Templeton, working on renovations at the Fiske & Schofield Elementary Schools for the former and the new Center Elementary School for the latter.
SMMA congratulates these four outstanding contributors on this important career milestone, and looks forward to them stamping project drawings for the firm well into the future.