Stantec enhances Commercial practice in Texas with leadership move to Houston

12/12/2017 | Stantec

Sharon Steinberg, AIA, LEEP AP, a principal architect for Stantec’s Buildings group, has relocated from Stantec’s New York City office, to the firm’s East Greenway Plaza location in Houston, Texas. Steinberg is a Registered Architect (RA) in Massachusetts, New York, and Texas, with two decades of experience providing interior architecture services, project management, and leadership for a variety of clients and building types. She is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP), and a member of the CoreNet Global Association for Corporate Real Estate and the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Steinberg earned her master of architecture at Rice University and began her career as an interior designer in Houston. Her background includes a concentration in academic, corporate, and institutional design, specializing in planning and programming; real estate strategy; and furniture, fixtures, and equipment services. Her real estate acumen and broad experience in the design and construction process will enhance Stantec’s Commercial practice in the firm’s South Central region.

“We are very excited to welcome Sharon back to Texas as we expand our commercial architecture and interior design practice across the region,” said Matt Snider, principal and managing leader for Stantec’s South Central Buildings group. “Sharon’s portfolio is impressive, and her experience in commercial design will help us build upon our design excellence and increase our business opportunities.”

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