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Business Observer Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019 2 years ago

Architectural, interior design firm adds several new employees

The new staff includes a marketing manager, senior project manager and architectural designer.

FORT MYERS — An architectural and interior design firm based in Fort Myers has hired four new team members to support its growth in Southwest Florida.

Lorrie Bennett has joined as marketing manager and brings more than 20 years of experience as a creative director, award-winning senior graphic designer and fine artist to the Studio+ team. Bennett’s primary responsibilities include managing the overall marketing and communication strategies.

Matthew Leger has been hired as a senior project manager. In his role, he will be responsible for developing and managing architectural plans from the initial client meeting through construction. Leger has more than 20 years of experience in planning, architecture, and construction. He was also recently appointed to the City of Fort Myers Planning Board.

Dexter Foster joined the team as an architectural designer. In his role, he will collaborate with his team to deliver quality design and deliverables throughout all aspects of a project. 

Laurel De Luca, a current student at Florida Gulf Coast University studying journalism with a double minor in marketing and interdisciplinary studies, joined the team as a marketing intern.

“Studio+ is excited to add such talented, impactful individuals to our team,” says Studio+ Chief Financial Officer Mike Lendino. 

The firm, which was founded in Fort Myers in 2011, specializes in healthcare, senior living, commercial, municipal and educational markets.

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