Glavé & Holmes Architecture (G&HA) is excited to announce two new hires and a new accomplishment for one of our employees!
Stephen Hershey passed all divisions of the Architecture Registration Exam (ARE) and is now a licensed architect in Virginia. Stephen earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia and his Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech. Stephen worked on the recently completed Alumni House at Christopher Newport University and is currently working on a new academic building at Longwood University.
Lisa Bricker joined the Cultural Studio as a Project Manager/Project Architect. She has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Virginia Tech and a Masters of Arts in Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has experience with historic rehabilitation, restoration, and renovation projects. Lisa most recently worked at Commonwealth Architects and previously as a Historic Preservation Intern at Rockingham County Historical Society Museum and Archives in North Carolina. She is well-versed in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and has conducted intensive architectural surveys, historic structures reports, and National Register Nominations. She is a recently licensed Architect and was a 2015 recipient of the AIA Richmond Sunday Prize Honor Award. Lisa is currently working on the renovation of Norman Hall at the University of Florida.
Bridget Ficaretta joined the Interior Design Studio as an Intern. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. Bridget has worked with CREATIVE, Middle of Broad Studio, and Hanover Avenue. She has experience working on large inventories of furniture, management of small teams, and creating way-finding signage. Bridget is a member of American Society of Interior Designers, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and the Cabell Library Undergraduate Advisory Committee. She was also the recipient of the Hamilton-Field Interior Design Scholarship for two years.
Josh Hadley-Goggin joined the Higher Education Studio as an Intern Architect. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. After graduation he moved abroad and assisted in the completion of the expansion project of La Finca Young Life Camp in Nicaragua. Prior to that, he had internships with SMBW, Peter Post Restoration, and Stantec. He is an Associate AIA member. Josh is currently working on the renovation of Wilson Hall at James Madison University.