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evolveEA Team Updates

January 31, 2022

In the new year, our office is growing and evolving with new people, appointments, and achievements that enhance our capacity to positively impact environments and communities! We are proud to share the following updates from the team.

Ashley Cox, Associate and Urban Designer at evolveEA

Ashley Cox

Ashley Cox, AICP Promoted to Associate

Ashley Cox, AICP was promoted to Associate and recently achieved AICP Certification. Founding Principals Christine Mondor, FAIA and Marc Mondor, AIA are delighted to recognize Ashley for her valued contributions to projects, urban design problem solving, strategic direction, and firm culture. A number of plans for which Ashley served as project manager have been recognized with awards, like the Allentown 2030 Economic Development Comprehensive Plan, and she regularly facilitates workshops and design exercises that advance social equity in the planning and architecture fields and environmental justice in cities. She is leading evolveEA’s West Coast presence in Los Angeles.

Christine Mondor, FAIA, Appointed to New Roles

Christine was elected to the AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors. Learn more about the AIA Pittsburgh Board, including short interviews with Christine and the other Directors! Here’s a taste:

‘Time is valuable, why AIA?’ There is an energy on the board that I appreciate. We architects are needed now more than ever and I enjoy being around folks who are equally inspired by this moment in time.

Christine was also appointed to Co-Chair Mayor Ed Gainey’s Infrastructure Transition Committee.

Andrew Forney, AIA, Joins evolveEA

Andrew joined evolve as an Architect focusing on sustainable design at all scales. He brings a powerful skill set of design, modeling, and technology systems to the design process and is inspired to transform environments for the betterment of future generations.

“I am enjoying working with teammates and clients that seek out appropriate sustainability principles and want to weave thoughts and concepts into Architecture.”

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