Farmington, CT Quisenberry Arcari Malik, LLC (QA+M Architecture) has hired Angela Cahill, AIA, LEED AP, as associate architect. Cahill has had a distinguished 20-year career in architecture, and has worked on dozens of large, complex projects. She brings to QA+M Architecture a high level of expertise and experience in educational environments, libraries, public safety facilities, town halls, senior centers, theaters, and religious institutions. For many years, Cahill served as an adjunct professor and is currently a visiting critic of architectural design at the University of Hartford. She serves on the Connecticut AIA board of directors, as well as the AIA CT School Construction Coalition. In 2017, governor Dannel Malloy appointed Cahill to the State of Connecticut Architectural Licensing Board. She is a registered architect in Conn., R.I., Mass. and ME.
Since 2002, QA+M Architecture has been providing complete architectural services to municipal and private clients throughout Connecticut. With a staff of 34, the firm’s range of services includes architecture, planning and interior design for clients in the education, municipal, residential, commercial, healthcare, affordable housing, historical preservation and recreation markets.