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Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP Announces Senior Partners

Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP (PRA) announced the promotion of four to the title of Senior Partner: Scott Kramer, Gregg Golden, Michael Sobczak, and Steven Kieckhafer.
“As a mentor to Scott, Michael, Gregg, and Steve, it’s been rewarding to see their personalities and architectural skills grow and blossom into leaders with our clients and staff,” said David Raysich, AIA, Managing Partner. “They have played a huge part in the firm’s success and I am excited about the firm’s future as they take on Senior Partnership roles.”

Scott Kramer, AIA, NCARB first joined PRA in 1986 and was named Partner in 2003. He works in the firm’s Education, Corporate, and Civic studios. “I love the opportunities my job has given me to solve different challenges every day,” he said. “What makes me love my job are the great people I work with, our clients, and our consulting engineers. It’s helped make PRA my home away from home for 32 years.”

Gregg Golden, AIA, NCARB leads the Long-Term Care and Residential/ Hospitality studios at PRA. He joined the firm in 1997 and was named Partner in 2011. “In this business, you are constantly learning,” said Golden. “Being a leader in the firm has been so rewarding from the standpoint of helping coworkers learn and develop as professionals. It’s also led to some great, long-lasting relationships with clients and projects where we have been able to truly serve their mission and their ability to provide care and service to their end-users.”

Michael Sobczak, AIA, NCARB, ASID, IIDA was named Partner in 2004. He first joined the firm in 1983 and has grown into his current role managing the firm’s Design team. “I love working with a diverse group of talented individuals who bring distinctive talents to the team,” Sobczak said. “It helps us create designs that tell unique stories that reflect each client’s unique goals and aspirations.”

Steven Kieckhafer, AIA joined PRA in 2003 and was named Partner in 2011. He manages the PRA office in Madison. “I always strive for client satisfaction and insist that our team members achieve the same satisfaction from clients,” he said. “Learning from the valuable resources within PRA has groomed me to balance the art of architecture with the business aspects of our industry.”

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