2021 SENIOR ASSOCIATE AND ASSOCIATES PROMOTIONS
In recognition of their contributions to Pappageorge Haymes Parter's portfolio, as well as their outstanding internal leadership within the firm, we are proud to announce the promotion of Greg Klosowski to Senior Associate, Christopher Woodfin to Associate II, and Georgi Todorov and Scott Schultz to Associate I.
Greg joined PH in 2013, after moving to Chicago from the west coast, where he ran his own award winning architecture studio. Gregâ€™s striking design sensibility and generous nature have had an inspiring effect on our office culture. Notable projects have included 465 North Park, a LEED Gold apartment tower in Streeterville and 4400 Grove an ambitious 4.5 acre re-development project, including mixed market residential, retail and expansive green space in Bronzeville.
Chris joined PH in 2014, with a diverse career in design, spanning across the country and around the world, including as a former Partner with a firm in Athens, Greece. Chrisâ€™s curiosity and passion for sustainable, responsible design has guided some of our most innovative and complicated urban projects, including 20 E. Fulton, a LEED Silver residential tower in Grand Rapids, MI and The Collection, a luxury mixed-use development in Honolulu, HI.
Scott has played a critical role in the design and development of several key projects during his 10 years with PH, including EV in San Diego and SALT in Tempe, Arizona. He continues to make vital contributions to PHâ€™s efforts in mixed-use masterplanning and urban design as well as diverse projects ranging from small retail to high-rise towers.
Georgi balances his technical expertise with his aptitude for thoughtful design. As the ultimate team player, he has contributed to projects of every size and scale since joining PH in 2014, including Wolf Point East and Alta Roosevelt. Georgi's positive outlook, involvement in the greater design community and mentorship of colleagues have revealed him as emerging leader within the studio.
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