HOLT Welcomes Three New Employees

We are excited to announce the addition of three new employees – Ryan Ball, Armand Damari, and Christine Beebe to the HOLT Architects team!

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New employees Ryan Ball, Chrissy Beebe, and Armand Damari

Ryan Ball comes to HOLT Architects from Cincinnati where he was a professor at the UC College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) and an architectural designer in private practice. Ryan holds a Master’s degree in Architecture, is in the NCARB Intern Development Program enroute to attaining his license, and currently also an adjunct professor at the Syracuse University School of Architecture.

Armand Damari joins HOLT as a project designer. He is a recent graduate of the Syracuse University School of Architecture where he focused on evidence-based design studies, partook in pro-bono work through the American Institute of Architecture Students, and developed projects that would make lasting, positive impacts to individuals, organizations, and communities. Armand is currently working on projects in both the Healthcare and Higher Education studios at HOLT.

Christine Beebe joins HOLT as an administrative assistant. A native of Newfield, NY, she has been a part of the local professional services industry for 14 years and brings experience supporting client service, human resources and marketing to the HOLT team.

HOLT Architects, established in 1963, is an award-winning architecture, planning and interior design firm, employing 32 professionals in Ithaca and Syracuse, and providing socially and environmentally responsible architecture to community, business, healthcare and higher education clientele.

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