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BartonPartners Announces Two Team Promotions

February 12th, 2014

BartonPartners is pleased to announce the promotions of Michelle Del Valle and Jessica Rotenberger to Project Coordinator.

“We’re confident that the new Project Coordinators will meet their additional responsibilities with the same level of enthusiasm and energy that they’ve exhibited since starting with us here,” said Bob Cogan, AIA, Principal at BartonPartners. “In both of their new roles, the scale and complexity of projects and duties they handle will most certainly increase. We have the greatest confidence that both individuals will thrive in their new positions.”

Michelle Del Valle (Project Coordinator)

Since joining the team as Interior Designer in April 2012, Michelle has played an integral role in helping to establish BartonPartners’ Interior Design practice. Her background includes such project types as multi-family, mixed-use, tenant fit-out, model units, corporate environments and hospitality. As Project Coordinator within the Interior Design group, Michelle assists and supports the interior and architectural teams in planning and designing all types of projects, and also leads much of the design work within the collaborative group. “Michelle is a very confident and passionate designer and is very much in tune with our client’s needs,” Cogan said.

Jessica Rotenberger (Project Coordinator)

Jessica joined the firm two years ago after graduating from Philadelphia University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree. Her specialties involve multi-family apartments, single-family homes and renovation projects. Jessica also contributes to three inner-office committees aimed at improving BartonPartners’ internal processes including CAD Standards and initializing REVIT. In her new position, Jessica will be responsible for directing, organizing and controlling project activities, under the direction of Project Managers and Principals. “Jessica is a very capable and reliable asset to any project team, and has demonstrated fabulous leadership qualities so early in her career,” said Cogan.