SchenkelShultz Architecture is pleased to welcome Aaron Jacobson as a Senior Project Manager to the Sarasota office. The firm’s focus on growth and expansion of its footprint in the Gulf Coast region has resulted in the strategic addition of Jacobson to the team. He has over 20 years of experience on a variety of projects, including education, commercial and community-focused projects. Jacobson is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects.
“Aaron brings a commitment to local clients and the experience, skills, and knowledge that will benefit our team and projects,” said Kenneth G. Dean, AIA, Partner with SchenkelShultz in the Sarasota office.
SchenkelShultz has had an office on Florida’s Suncoast for 20 years, with a Sarasota location since 2008. The firm’s current local projects include Booker High School’s Visual Performing Arts Center for Sarasota County Schools, Palmetto High School Addition for The School District of Manatee County, The City of North Port’s Fire Station 81 and Sarasota County Fire Department’s New Administration Center.
About SchenkelShultz Architecture
SchenkelShultz Architecture has built a legacy of success through a continued focus on design excellence that responds to the distinctive needs of our clients. The firm remains committed to delivering relationship-driven design that is rooted in critical thinking, research, collaboration, and personal experiences, balanced by fiscal responsibility. SchenkelShultz’s focus is ever forward, centered around a diversity of talent, meaningful community partnerships, and a commitment to inspire the community through impactful design. For more information, visit www.schenkelshultz.com.