Farmington, CT QA+M Architecture has added five new staff members to support the firm’s growing needs.
In his new role as project architect, Yazir Mega, LEED AP, coordinates and oversees projects from conceptual design through completion of construction. Utilizing more than 30 years of experience, he is responsible for interfacing with clients to develop and execute large-scale projects, while ensuring their overall performance, cost and schedule.
Lan Li and Victoria Fagan also joined the architectural staff. Li received a bachelor of engineering from China’s Hebei University and went on to receive a master of architecture from Syracuse University. Fagan graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of fine arts from Long Island University and received her master of architecture from Roger Williams College. Both Li and Fagan develop concepts by applying architecture principles and practices to an array of projects.
Interior designer Damaris Martinez is responsible for all aspects of the interior design process including conceptual design, development and coordination, and final design. Prior to joining QA+M, Martinez worked with a curtain wall company as a system designer. She has a degree in interior design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Sharon Pomeroy, CPSM, also joined the firm, serving as director of marketing & business development. Pomeroy brings nearly 25 years of experience from the commercial construction arena, with a focus on marketing and communications. Her portfolio includes copy writing, event planning, and market research. She is a certified professional services marketer (CPSM) and past president of the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services where she currently volunteers on the programs and CPSM committees.
Firm principal David Quisenberry said, “To continue providing exceptional quality of service to our growing clientele, it was vital that we add to our staff. Yaz, Lan, Victoria, Damaris, and Sharon are valuable additions to our team and will allow us to meet the increased demand for our services that we’re experiencing.”