Big Changes are happening at Architectural & Engineering Design Associates. 2018 is bringing about many changes for our business and our office. We move forward with a positive mindset and confident outlook for a bright future for the company.
First, it is with a note of sadness that we must announce the imminent departure of Paul Sherman. He has accepted a position outside the company and is moving forward with his career along a different path. We, as a company, and as his friends, wish him nothing but continued success and good fortune as he enters the next phase of his career. His time here at AEDA has helped to propel the company forward and his absence will be sorely felt by all. His knowledge, his wit and his charm has been a huge part of the office and we know he will be a positive asset in his future job. Thank you Paul for all you've done for us!
In the interim, Joseph Krupka will be stepping up to fill the void as a project manager for AEDA and we know he'll do a great job! His history with the company and his extensive knowledge will keep the company moving smoothly through this transition.
Rachel Lamica, our former intern, has graduated from Keene State College with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and has accepted a full-time position with AEDA. We are thrilled to have her as an associate and look forward to all she has to offer the company. She's been a valuable asset for us as an intern and we know she will continue to be as an employee! Welcome aboard Rachel!
In addition to the staffing changes, we're also in the middle of some exciting construction here at the office. We are building new offices downstairs and moving our conference room up to the main level in order to better serve the office and our customers. In addition (no pun intended), a new addition is being constructed at the rear of the office which will expand our production space. More exciting news to come on that as the year progresses!
As always, we strive as a company to stay at the forefront of technology. Recently, the company purchased (and is now using) a mobile scanner to measure existing interior spaces. This tool will give us hyper-accurate dimensions for spaces, which we can use for remodeling and renovation projects. We are excited to have this tool in our arsenal! If you have a project that could benefit from this technology, we would love to hear from you!