BCJ Pittsburgh Hires Three

October 26, 2007, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson announced today the addition of three architects in the firm's Pittsburgh office: Geoff Di Beneditto, Acadia Klain, and Amy Williamson.

"As our practice continues to grow, it's increasingly important to bring in individuals with fresh ideas," said Jon Jackson, Principal. "Their enthusiasm contributes to the firm's vitality and productivity. We're pleased to have them here."

Geoff Di Beneditto will be working on a chemistry and chemical engineering laboratory at the California Institute of Technology. He received a B.Arch from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006.

Acadia Klain graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.Arch. degree in May of this year. Having worked at BCJ as a collegiate intern, Acadia is returning to assist the firm on an engineering and molecular science building at Smith College.

Amy Williamson is a recent graduate of Pennsylvania State University, having received her B.Arch. in 2005 and M.Arch. in Community and Urban Design in 2007. She will be working on two research laboratories for The Scripps Research Institute.

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