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Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone architects announce promotions.

Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone has announced the promotion of several senior executives within the firm. To reward individuals within the company that have greatly contributed to Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone's remarkable growth in the marketplace, the firm has made the following executives vice presidents at the company: Jacob Sentschak II, AIA; Brian J. Duddy; Robert E. McNamara, AIA; Irving Leong, AIA; Jamnu Sahijwani; Larrilyn A. Bogdan; and Karen Sullivan.

"It is a pleasure to reward several of our key team members at Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone," stated Edward N. Rothe, FAIA. "These individuals have all made important contributions that have allowed the firm to expand our markets and services and remain one of the most respected architecture and design firms in New Jersey. This is a very exciting time for Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone/and I am extremely enthused about the future growth of our company," Rothe continued.

Larrilyn A. Bogdan joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1993. As director of financial management for the firm, she is responsible for annual budget analysis, financial schedules and accounts payable/receivable, and overseeing all financial aspects of client contracts.

Joining Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1989, Jacob Sentschak II, serves as director of interior architecture. He also functions as project manager and project architect, and is responsible for numerous projects, including new construction and renovation.

Karen Sullivan joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1997. As director of administration, she has overall responsibility for contract management, marketing, public relations, and office administration. Sullivan joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone with a strong background in properly management.

Brian J. Duddy joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1990 and serves as director of construction administration for all of the firm's projects. When the firm's role is expanded to include Construction Management Services, his responsibilities include estimating, scheduling, project management, field supervision and coordination.

Irving Leong joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1989. He has more than 20 years of architectural experience with prominent architectural firms in New York and New Jersey and serves as director of Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone's large-scale healthcare work.

Robert E. McNamara joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1994. He directs the firm's institutional, education and college/university work. As a senior project manager for Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone, McNamara is responsible for design and contract documents, technical coordination and detailing. As part of his management duties, he is responsible for evaluating constructability and insuring that projects are code compliant.

Jamnu Sahijwani joined Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone in 1996 and has more than 30 years of professional experience with architectural firms in New Jersey and London. He serves as a Senior Project Manager, and is responsible for contract documents, technical coordination and detailing on the firm's large-scale projects.

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Title Annotation:seven executives made VPs
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Date:Jul 18, 2001
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