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Sarasota firm promotes architect to partner

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Sarasota architecture firm DSDG, which also has an office in Naples, announced the promotion of Casey Allen to partner.

Allen has a bachelor’s degree in design from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University, where he served as an adjunct professor. 

Casey Allen is now a partner at Sarasota architecture firm DSDG.
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Already, Allen has contributed to the firm’s success, according to a statement from DSDG.

“Casey Allen’s promotion to partner recognizes his exceptional talent and leadership,” DSDG founder and principal Mark Sultana says in the statement. “We are confident that Casey will continue to drive our firm’s growth and uphold our commitment to excellence.”

Allen’s portfolio includes a variety of residential and commercial projects across the country “pushing the boundaries of modern architecture,” the statement says. His work emphasizes aesthetics, functionality and sustainability while also creating harmony through materials, light and space, according to the statement.

In his new role, he will lead major projects and ensure that DSDG remains “at the forefront of modern architectural design,” the statement says.

Allen is “deeply honored” to become a partner, he says in the statement. Says Allen: “I am eager to collaborate with our team to create meaningful, enduring designs that enhance our communities.”



Elizabeth King

Elizabeth is a business news reporter with the Business Observer, covering primarily Sarasota-Bradenton, in addition to other parts of the region. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, she previously covered hyperlocal news in Maryland for Patch for 12 years. Now she lives in Sarasota County.

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