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BBGM Announces Two Internal Promotions to Principal


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact: Ciara Amaral

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WASHINGTON, DC. May 11, 2016—BBGM, an internationally distinguished architecture and interior design firm based in Washington DC, announced today that two of their Senior Associates, David Delcher and Reade Elliott, will be promoted to Principal.

David Delcher has over 21 years of experience, 20 of which he has spent at BBGM. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Catholic University and is a registered architect in Maryland and California. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USBGC).

Reade Elliott has over 28 years of experience in the industry and received his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and a Master of Science Advanced Architecture Design degree from Columbia University. He is a registered architect in Virginia and New York, and is a member of the AIA, USGBC and the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).

“We are thrilled to be promoting David and Reade to principal as we value their tremendous expertise and demonstrated commitment to our clients,” said Domenic Giordano, Principal in Charge at BBGM. “We look forward to their continued leadership in these new roles.” 

Both gentlemen will continue to lead the projects they are working on as they transition into their new positions.

 

About BBGM

Since 1987, BBGM, an internationally distinguished architecture and interior design firm based in Washington DC, has made a name for itself providing innovative hospitality, residential, and workplace design to its clients worldwide. BBGM’s merger last year with MONOGRAM has deepened the firm’s impact in the luxury hospitality industry, both domestically and internationally. With its location in Scottsdale, Arizona, MONOGRAM delivers to BBGM a tight knit team of seasoned design professionals and a portfolio that ranges from guestrooms at Lansdowne VA, spas in Hawaii and casinos in Aruba, to luxury villas in Dubai.

  

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