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Hoffmann Architects Promotes Au, Greenleaf, and Levine

Alison Hoffmann
Feb 8, '19 12:16 PM EST
Eric Au, Kelsey Greenleaf, and Ari Levine
Eric Au, Kelsey Greenleaf, and Ari Levine

February 2019 – Hoffmann Architects, an architecture and engineering firm specializing in the rehabilitation of building exteriors, is pleased to announce the promotion of members of the technical staff.

Eric Au has been promoted to Senior Project Representative, in recognition of his experience and project contributions. Au joined Hoffmann Architects in 2017 as Project Representative, and has since expanded his proficiency in structural design and detailing, condition evaluation, and construction administration. A key team member for New York City Local Law 11 facade inspections, as well as window replacement and facade repair projects, Au has contributed to corporate, educational, government, and hospitality projects, including the historic Art Deco Verizon building at 95 William Street in Newark, New Jersey, four New York Police Department precincts, several buildings at Columbia University, and Countee Cullen Library in Harlem. A LEED Green Associate, Au earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Syracuse University. He lives in Corona, New York.

Kelsey R. Greenleaf, Assoc. AIA earned a promotion to Senior Project Representative, recognizing her initiative in supporting building enclosure projects. Since joining Hoffmann Architects in 2017 as Project Representative, she has been instrumental in providing investigation, design, and construction administration services for demanding building enclosure projects. Her recent work includes roof replacement at Middlesex Hospital and the State University of New York Old Westbury; water infiltration investigation at Hamilton Sundstrand in Windsor Locks, Connecticut; and building envelope rehabilitation at Norwalk Hospital. An accomplished photographer, Greenleaf provides photo documentation of projects, and she serves as continuing education coordinator for the firm’s Connecticut office. Greenleaf has a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Keene State University and is a member of the AIA Connecticut Emerging Architects Committee. She lives in Fairfield, Connecticut.

Ari D. Levine received a promotion to Senior Project Representative, in credit to his experience and advancing knowledge of building envelope rehabilitation. Levine joined Hoffmann Architects in 2017 as Project Representative and soon made his mark as a valued team member for corporate, educational, government, and multi-unit residential projects, as well as historic landmarks. He provides condition assessment, design development, and construction administration services for projects, including restoration of the historic First Presbyterian Church in Greenwich Village, waterproofing at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and consultation for new construction at 2230 Broadway in Manhattan. With a focus on urban design, Levine earned Bachelor and Master of Architecture degrees from Tulane University, and he serves as continuing education coordinator for Hoffmann Architects’ New York office. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.