Architecture and interior design firm FCA (Philadelphia) promoted Chip Hemphill and Stephen Jouflas to principals, as well as named four new senior associates and eight new associates.
Hemphill has served at FCA for 17 years and will focus on mentoring junior staff members, while continuing to support quality assurance and control across design teams. His portfolio includes projects for MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, N.J., and the Cancer Center at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, N.J.
Jouflas, who has been with the firm for a decade, will assume greater operational responsibility and focus on staff development and management. His project work includes master planning for Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, N.J.
Additionally, FCA announced four new senior associates: Brian Kessler, Paige Macfarlan, Jessica Roden, and Jessica Rotenberger.
The firm also named eight new associates in the healthcare sector: Mario DeJesus, Brian Fullen, Nicholas Husbands, Adam Musante, and Carol Vandiepen.
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