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Uncategorized / July 24, 2019 by Bruner/Cott

Congratulations to Bruner/Cott employees LeeAnn Suen and Karno Widjaja!

Both LeeAnn and Karno are officially recognized as licensed Architects by the Board of Registration of Architects within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

LeeAnn joined Bruner/Cott as a designer in April 2017, working on the recently-completed Smith Campus Center at Harvard University, and the renovation of a massive 60s-era apartment complex at 808 Memorial Drive in Cambridge.

Karno joined the firm in June 2017, also as a designer. He has since worked on a variety of housing projects including Frost Terrace, an affordable housing for families in Cambridge, and Gove Street, which transforms a former church into loft-style apartments in East Boston.

We are extremely proud of Karno and LeeAnn and expect great things as their careers progress!

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