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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.”

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Kevin Broich joins Partnership

Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP announced the promotion of Kevin Broich, AIA, NCARB to Partner, effective as of January 1, 2018.

“Kevin has been a tremendous addition not only to our healthcare studio, but to the firm overall,” said David Raysich, AIA, Managing Partner. “He brings a number of positive attributes to our team, including his leadership, expertise, and level of care for our clients and their end-users. He’s a great fit for our partnership and I look forward to seeing where his leadership can help take our firm moving forward.”

 

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PRA Expands Madison Office

MILWAUKEE, WI – Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP, one of Wisconsin’s leading architecture and interior design firms, expanded its Madison office staff last month, welcoming Matt Long to the team as Project Manager.

Long brings more than 26 years of architectural design and project management experience to PRA. His expertise spans a variety of studios, from education and federal to civic and healthcare.

“It’s an exciting time for our Madison office, and we’re grateful to have Matt on board.

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James “Jim” Plunkett Served Clients For Over 50 Years

MILWAUKEE, WI – Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP, one of Wisconsin’s leading architecture and interior design firms, is remembering the life and legacy of Jim Plunkett, the firm’s retired named partner. Jim passed away surrounded by family at his home in River Hills last Thursday. He was 81 years old.

Jim joined the firm in 1958, two years after graduating from Cornell University with a degree in architecture. His father, Henry Plunkett, founded the firm in 1935.

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