Centerbrook Names Pestilli an Associate
CENTERBROOK, Conn. – Centerbrook Architects is pleased to announce the elevation of Agatha Pestilli, AIA, to Associate in the firm. A member of American Institute of Architects and LEED accredited (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) by the U.S. Green Building Council, Agatha has worked on a number of academic projects since joining Centerbrook in 2003, among them the Graduate Health Professions Center and the Mount Carmel Dining Hall at Quinnipiac University, as well as the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan.
Pestilli is currently Project Manager for the new Quinnipiac School of Medicine, a $75 million project that calls for the renovation of and addition to two existing buildings on University’s North Haven Graduate Campus.
“Agatha’s experience, professionalism, and attention to design have contributed to the success of our recent work at Quinnipiac University,” said Centerbrook Partner Jefferson B. Riley, FAIA. “Her consistent hard work combined with an outgoing, optimistic personality, make her a valuable member of the design team and a joy to work with.”
A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and a bachelor of science in Building Sciences, Pestilli also has worked on residences and commercial buildings. Her academic work before joining Centerbrook includes projects at the University of Connecticut and the University of Maryland.