Three Promotions Announced at Israel Berger &
April 20, 2009
Three professionals have recently been promoted as associates at
Israel Berger & Associates LLC (IBA) in New York.
Russell Newbold specializes in historic preservation, specifically
architectural historic materials conservation and restoration. As
an associate he will continue in his role as an advocate for historic
structures and materials, emphasizing appropriate and compatible
conservation techniques. Newbold's professional experience includes
work on mid-century landmark buildings such as Gordon Bunshaft's
270 Park Avenue as well as pre-war buildings including the Mark
Hotel, the General Electric Building and 261 Fifth Avenue. Prior
to joining IBA, Newbold spent eight years as an associate and as
the director of preservation at Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn Architects.
He has a masters degree from Columbia's Graduate School of Architecture
Planning and Preservation .
Mark Brinton, who started at IBA in 1998, is part of the New Construction
group, where he had been a senior consultant. In his new role he
will be involved in monitoring the early stages of projects and
with mentoring field staff. He is presently a project manager for
the Revel Casino in Atlantic City, the Riverside buildings on the
West Side of Manhattan and the Crown Heights Charter School in Brooklyn.
Brinton holds degrees in mechanical engineering technology and graphic
design and sculpture from Pennsylvania State University.
Fred Zanghi, RA, joined IBA from Perkins Eastman Architects in
2006. Prior to that he worked at HOK in San Francisco and New York
for 13 years where he designed and developed construction documents
for courthouses, academic facilities, office buildings sand healthcare
projects. Zanghi is a registered architect in the State of New York
and his current projects include the Chemistry and Neuroscience
Buildings at Princeton University, the Lucida Condominium at 86th
and Lexington Avenue and One Madison Park, the sliver building at
Madison and 23rd Street. Zanghi has a master of architecture from
the University of Pennsylvania and a BA from SUNY Buffalo.
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