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Figurr Recognizes Contributions of Long-term Team Members

September 14, 2022 - Announcement
Montreal, 2022 - 09 - 14 - This Fall, Figurr Architects Collective recognizes multiple team members from across all disciplines in the firm in celebrating milestone work anniversaries. These staff members have worked at Figurr (previously Rubin & Rotman) for over a decade, and some for more than twenty years!

"These talented individuals have been instrumental in the firm's long-term success. The partners greatly appreciate their contributions and dedication to Figurr. We are honoured to recognize and thank them today for their many years of service." – Rick Rubin, Senior Partner of Figurr Architects Collective  

Figurr believes that relationships are crucial to our success. The way we connect with people defines us. We focus on building long-term, meaningful connections with our clients, with each other, with our colleagues, and with our communities. We put our relationships first, and that starts internally with our staff. Each of these team members has contributed to the success of Figurr and personifies our values.  

Congratulations, everyone, and thank you!  

  • Keith Johnson, Architect, Associate 
  • Marichika Mohanty, Interior Designer  
  • Marco Marini, Project Manager  
  • Maud Joubert, Architect, Associate  
  • Nadia Cosenza, Secretary, Receptionist 
  • Peter Shupe, Architect  
  • Santiago Baigun, Project Manager  
  • Sarah-Jeanne Fortier, B.Sc.Arch  

About Figurr Architects Collective    

Figurr Architects Collective is an award-winning firm with offices in Montreal and Ottawa. Initially founded in 1989 by Rick Rubin and Stephen Rotman, they now lead the firm alongside Bruno Morin, Pascale Tétrault, and Roberto Campos. The team is comprised of some forty-five architects, designers, technicians, and other professionals. Figurr Architects Collective serves local, national, and international clients from the corporate, mixed-use residential, aviation, and institutional sectors and numerous First Nations communities across Canada.