Sweet Sparkman Architects Grows by 25%

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In response to Sarasota’s growing architectural demand, Sweet Sparkman Architects (SSA) added to their team architecture and design professionals to accommodate the Firm’s growing office. After being awarded the 2018 Florida / Caribbean Firm of the Year by the American Institute of Architects, Sweet Sparkman Architects design team now includes new members: Architects Casey Allen, AIA and Shane LaMay, AIA, NCARB; Project Designer Cole Mears, Associate AIA; and Interior Designer Shirley Quinlan.

Allen worked most recently for the Connecticut firm of Roger Ferris + Partners. Since his arrival at the SSA, he has used his design expertise on Sweet Sparkman Architects’ high-end residential projects as well as public park projects, multifamily housing, and office buildings. LaMay joins SSA as a Project Architect after having interned with the Firm in 2015, while completing his graduate studies at the University of Florida’s Masters in Architecture program. After three years working as an architect in Chicago, LaMay enjoys working on the SSA’s public work: fire stations, parks and theaters.

Having graduated from the University of South Florida’s Masters in Architecture program, Mears is currently working on several public safety projects including the Sarasota County Fire Station on Apex Road. Quinlan will be collaborating with all of the project managers and architects at SSA to provide interiors to all projects.

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