2018 Women in Real Estate and Construction Services: Marsha Robinson
Name: Marsha Robinson, AIA
Title: Job Captain
Company Name: Montroy Andersen DeMarco
Years in your current field: 9
What professional organizations or associations are you a member of? Habitat for Humanity
What was your most notable project in 2017?
Among several commercial office fit-outs I have worked on last year as Job Captain, the New York City headquarters office of the World Economic Forum, a Geneva, Switzerland-based organization with the mission of improving the state of the world, was the most notable. My company, Montroy Andersen DeMarco, served as the interior designer for this sophisticated and contemporary 39,000 s/f space that occupies two floors at 350 Madison Ave. in Manhattan. Our team designed the office to accommodate both the organization’s 150 New York-based employees as well as facilities that hold meetings for up to 160 participants, many of them world leaders.
Source: New York Real Estate Journal
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