Eight Wilmington team members of architecture firm LS3P were recently recognized for exemplary efforts, according to a news release.
Healthcare Sector Leader and architect Angela Douglas was recognized as a principal. Douglas, who joined LS3P in 2013, brings knowledge and experience in health care architecture with projects ranging from surgery and maternity expansions at large-scale hospitals to master plans and surgery modernization studies, and she has managed and designed multiple behavioral health facility projects.
Construction Contract Administrator Gus Aretakis, architect Matt Barnett, interior designer Emily Patterson and project designer Levi Worthington were recognized as senior associates.
Since joining LS3P in 2016, Aretakis "provides extensive knowledge in health care construction and assists design teams in multidisciplinary coordination, quality control of documents and infection control. Barnett creates compelling spaces in diverse projects with commercial, residential, higher education, landscape, performing arts, nonprofit, and mixed-use projects. In 2016, Patterson joined LS3P and designs for civic, commercial, education, and hospitality projects. Worthington joined LS3P in 2019 and has since worked primarily on civic projects, taking on multiple roles from the early design stages through construction," the release stated.
Emerging professional Catherine Grainger, architect Jonathan Pease and architect Matthew Kauzlaric were recognized as associates.
"Since joining LS3P in 2014, Grainger has worked on several project sectors including education, healthcare, hospitality, civic, and commercial. After rejoining the firm in 2017, Pease has developed a diverse portfolio of healthcare, commercial, residential, education and mixed-use projects in the Wilmington area. Kauzlaric joined LS3P in early 2020, bringing experience including work on large-scale healthcare facilities and corporate commercial projects across the Southeast," according to the release.
Recognitions were announced at LS3P’s annual meeting May 5, an event held each year in May to celebrate the anniversary of the firm's founding.
Correction: This version adds architect Matt Barnett, who was left out of the first article as one of the eight team members recognized.