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Meet our Co-Ops: Amy & Allison

Staff Announcements / February 24, 2023 by Bruner/Cott

We’re extremely lucky to have TWO talented co-ops joining us this semester from Northeastern University – Amy McAllister and Allison Leacu.

Allison is a fourth-year Architecture & Design Student from Northeastern University, concentrating in Graphic and Information Design. She’s currently working on an adaptive reuse project at Wesleyan University and on the Crocker Cow Barn for Mass Audubon in Princeton, MA. Allison is interested in taking an active role in mitigating the effects of climate change through design and was drawn to the sustainable focus that carries across Bruner/Cott’s work and the firm’s collaborative approach.

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