SARASOTA — Fawley Bryant Architecture, an architecture and interior design firm with offices in Bradenton and Sarasota, added five new staff members.
The new hires include Shannon Barrier, a senior project architect who will oversee the downtown Bradenton office, according to a press release. Barrier has 13 years of experience in areas such as health care, education, commercial, residential and adaptive reuse. In addition to managing the office, Barrier will be responsible for projects including the South Florida Museum expansion and Manatee County lifeguard stations.
Alyssa Townsend joins the team as an interior design project manager. Townsend has 15 years of experience in residential and commercial design.
The firm also hired Gary Christensen as a building information modeling technician, Allison Angle as an intern architect and Pamela Winkle as the assistant firm administrator.
“After securing large projects and clients like the new Atlanta Braves Stadium in North Port, the Professional Bull Riders Performance Center in Pueblo, Colorado and the new Bradenton Parking Garage, it was imperative for us to hire experienced professionals that could transition quickly and contribute immediately,” says Fawley Bryant Architecture Executive Vice President Steve Padgett in a statement.
The firm has 20 full-time employees and serves clients throughout Southwest Florida.