Hartford, Ct – Renowned architectural firm, TSKP STUDIO is proud to announce the promotions of four personnel. These promotions are in keeping the firm’s efforts to advance the next generation of firm leadership. They also reflect the appreciation that the firm’s clients have expressed for the client-centered manner in which these individuals delivered services.
Randall Luther, AIA has been appointed as principal. Mr. Luther, a graduate of the Syracuse University School of Architecture, ’85, joined the firm in 1995 and has managed the design and construction of facilities for both public and private educational and cultural clients. This fall he will celebrate with Stamford Public Schools the opening of its newest magnet school – an Environmental Elementary Magnet school registered for LEED Silver Certification. Mr. Luther is a native of Groton and now resides in Durham, Ct in a home he designed for his family.
Betsy Hickcox, AIA, promoted to Senior Associate, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture, ’79. She has been responsible for the design and construction of academic science facilities for both higher education and several of Connecticut’s premier magnet schools, including the soon-to-open Great Path Academy, Connecticut’s first Middle College Magnet school located on the campus of Manchester Community College. Ms. Hickcox and her family have resided in Glastonbury for the past 15 years.
Christine Bushey O’Hare, AIA, LEED AP is the firm’s newly-named Associate. Ms. O’Hare, a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, School of Architecture, ’98, joined the firm in 2000 with a portfolio of work in the academic sciences, research and healthcare. This fall she will see the completion of the new Chase•Tallwood Science Math and Technology Center for the Kingswood Oxford School, registered for LEED Silver Certification. Ms. O’Hare and her family are residents of Marlborough, Ct.
In addition, the firm has promoted to Senior Associate 19-year veteran in the firm, Holly DeYoung. Working closely with the principals, DeYoung is responsible for business development and marketing. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts, ’81 and has called West Hartford one of the best places to live for the past 11 years.