NYREJ’s 2021 Women in Business Services: MDA Project Architect, Allie Papp, AIA, WELL AP
New York Real Estate Journal Presents 2021 Women in Building Services
New York, NY – The New York Real Estate Journal published its annual Women in Building Services Spotlight. The June 22nd Spotlight edition shares insight into today’s real estate industry from a woman’s point of view, and discussing how the changing market and the COVID-19 Pandemic have impacted all facets of the industry. This issue celebrates the achievements of women engaged in specialized industries including Architecture & Interior Design; Construction & Project Management; Economic Development & Urban Planning; Environmental & Engineering Consulting; General Contractors & Subcontractors; Information & Building Technology; Property Management & Services; PropTech; Relocation Services; and Security & Surveillance.
Sponsors for this edition include: BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers PC, Eastman Cooke Construction, and New York Concrete Washout Systems, Inc.
2021 Women in Building Services Spotlight: Allie Papp, Montroy DeMarco Architecture, Montroy Andersen DeMarco
Name: Allie Papp, AIA, WELL AP
Title: Project Architect
Company Name: Montroy DeMarco Architecture, Montroy Andersen DeMarco
Real estate associations or organizations that you are currently a member of: American Institute of Architects, International WELL Building Institute
In the past year, what project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of?
The project I am most proud of is the ongoing reorganization of a global fragrance and flavors research company’s laboratories and offices in the NY/NJ/CT Tri-State area. The firm has experienced a significant expansion and called on Montroy Andersen DeMarco, which is highly experienced in the design of consumer product R&D facilities, to plan and develop its locations in New York City and New Jersey. As part of an interior design and consulting team, I am assisting this client in improving the efficiency of its real estate. By adopting a hybrid at-home/in-office work model for this client’s workplace, we are creating more dynamic work environments and incorporating wellness concepts, while upgrading laboratories and preparing for future growth.
Source: New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) / Photo Credit: Michael Levy Photography
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