Miller, Moran, and Nikiel Named Associates at Rubeling & Associates

BALTIMORE, MD — Rubeling & Associates, a JMT Division—a regional architecture and interior design firm—has promoted Jonathan E. Miller, Katherine J. Moran, and Robin Nikiel to Associates.

As Associates, Miller, Moran, and Nikiel will assume increased responsibility for project design and management.

“Jonathan, Katie, and Robin have each made incredible contributions to the continued growth of our division, and as such, are most deserving of this promotion,” says Al Rubeling, Senior Vice President of Rubeling & Associates, a JMT Division. “As Associates, they undoubtedly, will continue to play key roles in our own success and that of our clients.”

Jonathan E. Miller, AIA, LEED AP joined Rubeling & Associates in 2002 after graduating from Savannah College of Arts and Design with a Master of Architecture degree. Since then, he has served as project support for a wide range of projects and provided graphic products to help clients visualize spaces, elements, and structures. He also has served as Project Manager for on all projects with Baltimore County Economic Development.

Katherine J. “Katie” Moran has handled a wide range of assignments – including architectural projects for Anne Arundel County Public Schools, the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Baltimore County Public Schools, and the Diocese of Wilmington – since joining Rubeling & Associates in 1997. A graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Architecture (1994) and a Master of Architecture (1996), she has also served as architect on the St. Joseph’s Society of the Sacred Heart House of Formation Project in Nigeria, Africa.

Robin D. Nikiel, CID, IIDA began her career working for two firms in Baton Rouge, LA after graduating from Louisiana State University in 1986 with a Bachelor of Interior Design degree. After contributing to projects for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Women’s Clinic in Corpus Christi, TX, she moved to Baltimore, joining Rubeling & Associates in 1993. She has since added corporate office, education, and religious to her portfolio, while receiving her NCIDQ certification.

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