Oak Brook, Ill. – Anderson Mikos Architects, ltd. (AMA) Chairman and CEO David Mikos announced four promotions within the firm’s senior leadership structure. The promotions correspond with Anderson Mikos’ growth of architectural and interior design services within the Chicagoland area.
Leslie Rospert, IIDA, CHID, EDAC, NCIDQ, Associate AIA, will advance to a vice president of the company and the director of the interior design department at AMA. Rospert graduated with her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (1996). She has assisted in several award-winning projects within her 22 years with AMA.
Erin Tallman, IIDA, an interior designer and project designer, will assume Rospert’s former role as a senior interior designer. Tallman earned her bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Kansas (2002). After a few years working in the architectural arena, she chose to move her focus to the interior’s environment. Her background in architecture makes her an asset to the interiors department, having knowledge of both interior and architectural design.
Imrana Quiballo, AIA, project architect, was promoted to a senior project architect. Quiballo earned her master’s degree of architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology (1993) and is a licensed architect in Illinois. Quiballo joined AMA in 2005 as project architect and medical planner and has played a key role in several large and awarded projects with AMA.
Varsha Visal, LEED AP, project coordinator, was promoted to a senior project coordinator with the firm. Visal earned her master’s degree in engineering from the University of Pune in India (1999). She has more than 20 years of experience in designing and coordinating various projects. Visal is a LEED accredited professional.
Anderson Mikos was founded in 1985 with a goal of providing quality design services exclusively for healthcare providers. AMA understands the vital role architecture plays in an individual’s medical experience and strives to make positive contributions toward creating state-of-the-art healing environments. To learn more about Anderson Mikos and their work, visit www.andersonmikos.com.