Rubeling & Associates – a regional architecture and interior design firm – has promoted Brian Minnich, AIA LEED AP from Project Manager to Associate.
As Associate of the firm, Minnich will be more involved on both the management of projects as well as day-to-day operations of the firm.
“Brian has made overwhelmingly positive contributions to the success of our firm and has had a hand in making us who we are today,” said Al Rubeling, President of Rubeling & Associates. “He has more than earned this promotion, and we see him continuing to take on more of a leadership role within the firm.”
As an 11-year veteran of Rubeling & Associates, Minnich has worked on a variety of projects, but primarily specializes in education design. He has been in charge of designing a new science building at Jemicy, an addition to the Upper School at The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, a major renovation for Kipp School, and additions to public schools in Montgomery County.
Additionally, Minnich heads up the firm’s in-house credit classes and currently serves as the National K-12 subcommittee co-chair for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE). He was invited to serve as a design juror for two professional architecture magazines and the Association of School Boards competitions. In 2012 he was named to the The Daily Record’s Very Important Professionals List. Minnich graduated from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design.
Most recently, Rubeling & Associates promoted Sandra R. Sawicki, CID, IIDA, from Managing Interior Designer to Associate Vice President, Interior Design.
About Rubeling & Associates, Inc.
Rubeling & Associates, Inc. offers Architecture, Interior Design, Master Planning services in seventeen states throughout the US and the District of Columbia from its offices in Towson, Maryland.
Considered mid-sized, the firm specializes in education, religious, corporate office, healthcare, campus spatial master planning, and local government projects. Other market specialties include elder care, banks, recreation centers, retail, and libraries. For more information, please visit www.rubeling.com.