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ROSSETTI Promotes Handful of Team Members

This quarter at ROSSETTI has already brought a string of promotions in the office. 

Matt Taylor, AIA, LEED AP - Promoted to Director of Sports + Entertainment (Not Pictured)

Matt is responsible for making the magic happen for ROSSETTI’s sports clients. He has extensive experience designing some of the largest and most iconic sports facilities in the world, and his latest project (the Breslin Center) is masterclass in renovations. 
Matt has been with ROSSETTI since 2006.

Jennifer Sutton, NCIDQ - Promoted to Director of Interior Design + Associate  

Jen is skilled at incorporating a hospitality approach to projects and working collaboratively with clients to produce exciting yet welcoming environments, as she has demonstrated in projects like the Ford Field renovation and International Bancard.
Jen has been with ROSSETTI since 2012.

Sunghoon Jung, LEED AP BD + C - Promoted to an Associate (Not Pictured)

Over the course of his 20 years of practice, Sung has designed and managed large, complex sports projects across the globe, written a number of respected architecure tomes such as the Deliberate Textbook of Baseball, and served as a Pyeongchang Olympics Advisory Committee Member.
Sung has been with ROSSETTI since 2009.

Andrew Rudnycky, AIA, LEED AP - Promoted to an Associate (Not Pictured)

As a project architect at ROSSETTI, Andrew has maintained involvement in all stages of building design - beginning with conceptual planning and culminating with award and construction. He has been an integral part of the USTA team on the world’s first naturally ventilated stadium: the Louis Armstrong Stadium.  
Andrew has been with ROSSETTI since 2013.

Zac Braselton, AIA, LEED AP - Promoted to an Associate   

Although Zac is our newest associate, he has already proven himself to be an integral part of our team. He brings over a decade of experience to his new position, having designed well-known sports experiences across many sports such as Target Field in Minneapolis and Amway Center in Orlando.
Zac has been with ROSSETTI since December.

Amy Chesterton, AICP, RLA - Promoted to an Associate 

As Detroit’s most sought-out urban planner, Amy has led the planning of large-scale strategic real estate development, mixed-use districts, urban infill, adaptive reuse, institutional and strategic planning projects. She has also worked to increase the firm’s presence in Detroit by seeking master planning projects in historic neighborhoods.
Amy has been with ROSSETTI for over a year.

Alex Niehaus, AICP - Promoted to Senior Designer

Alex has stepped it up as an urban planner at ROSSETTI, becoming a valuable asset thanks to her attention to detail. Whether it’s a monumental Olympic park in South Korea, or a suburban master plan, Alex brings the same level of enthusiasm to every project.
Alex has been with ROSSETTI for over a year.

Megan Glaves - Promoted to Senior Designer

Megan will expand her responsibilities as a Senior Designer in the field of graphic design. Her work on Ford Field’s signage transformed the project into a wayfinding success. She will also continue to create monographs for sizable ROSSETTI projects, such as Daytona International Speedway and the three-part series Game, Set, Match which tells the 10-year journey of transforming the National Tennis Center into a sports spectacle. 
Megan joined the firm almost two years ago.

Torri Smith - Promoted to Intermediate Designer

Torri will continue to bring an artistic touch to compelling interiors in her new role as an Intermediate Designer, like the calligraphy flourishes in Maru Sushi.
Torri has been with ROSSETTI since 2015.

Joe Donelko - Promoted to Intermediate Designer

Joe is our resident fabrication expert and hopes to grow in his role as an Intermediate Designer. He utilized his strong skill-set for the custom islands in the Ford Field suites, bringing a whole new level of detail to ROSSETTI’s abilities in fabriation.
Joe has been with the firm since 2014.

You guys have proven that a company’s success is a joint effort by a great team! Cheers!