Please join us in congratulating Sarah Gottlieb, Kinga Rusiniak, Sarah Niland, and Farihah Saleem on their promotions to Interior Designers!

While working on her Master’s in Interior Design at Corcoran College of Art and Design, Sarah Gottlieb interned at DBI’s Washington, DC office from November 2010 to May 2012.  This summer, she was promoted to Interior Designer and has been currently working on projects such as The World Bank and Constitution Center.  We are also very excited to announce her upcoming nuptials to Justin Benjamin, DBI’s BIM Specialist, in October.  Congrats Sarah and Justin!

During her Interior Design Master’s program at Marymount University, Kinga Rusiniak interned at DBI’s Reston, Virginia office from June 2009 to June 2012.  She was promoted to Interior Designer in June and is currently working on projects such as USP Pharmacopeia and USAID.  When asked about her recent promotion, Kinga said, “I’m really happy, excited and privileged to work at DBI among such a great and creative people!”

While completing her Master’s program in Interior Design at Marymount University, Sarah Niland interned at DBI’s DC and Reston office from August 2010 to June 2011.  Since her promotion in June 2011, Sarah has been diligently working on projects such as Athena, Hightower Holdings, Inc., and Goel & Anderson.

We would also like to congratulate Farihah Saleem, LEED GA, on her promotion to Interior Designer.  Farihah interned at DBI’s Washington, DC office from June 2008 to January 2011 while completing her Bachelor’s in Interior Design from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.  Farihah was promoted in June 2011 and has been working on projects for The International Monetary Fund, The World Bank, and both DBI and project specific Revit templates and standards.

A special thanks to these ladies for their dedication and hard work.