Rubeling & Associates Promotes Minnich, Novian, and Nelson to Senior Associates

Baltimore, MD – Rubeling & Associates, a JMT Division, and a regional architecture and interior design firm, has promoted three of the firm’s Associates – Brian G. Minnich, AIA LEED AP, H. William Novian, AIA, CSI, LEED AP, and Mitchell L. Nelson, CSI, CCS, CCCA – to Senior Associates.

“Brian, Bill, and Mitch have each played a major role in the outstanding success of our clients’ projects and in the continued growth of Rubeling & Associates,” says Al Rubeling, Senior Vice President of Rubeling & Associates. “This promotion represents a much-deserved recognition of their strong leadership skills and the outstanding level of creativity they bring to each assignment.”

As an 11-year veteran of Rubeling & Associates, Brian Minnich has worked on a variety of projects, but specializes primarily on education facilities. He has been involved with designing a new science center facility at Jemicy, additions to The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, and a renovation to Kipp Harmony School. He also heads 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).

Before joining Rubeling & Associates in 2002, Bill Novian worked for other Baltimore-area architecture firms focusing on projects for healthcare, research, retirement organizations, education, and religious institutions. Bill received his LEED accreditation from the US Green Building Council in 2003 and heads up the division’s LEED committee.

Mitch Nelson joined Rubeling & Associates in 1985 after earning his architectural degree from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Since then, he has been involved in managing a variety of projects, ranging from government and industrial to medical centers and multi-purpose buildings. He also serves as the Managing Architect for numerous projects with Baltimore County Public Schools and Baltimore County Department of Public Works.

For more information about Rubeling & Associates, visit www.rubeling.com.

Release courtesy Jessica Tryzna, Weiss PR, Inc.

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