The Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects team — Courtesy: MHS Architects
By Joshua Burd
Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects has made its first new hire of 2020, continuing its rapid expansion amid the ongoing boom for luxury residential projects.
The Hoboken-based firm, which grew by 25 percent last year, announced that it has hired Trevor Lamb as a project manager. He joins the practice from Michael Graves Architecture, where he ascended rapidly over eight years from an architectural design position to the senior project manager responsible for firm-wide project management activities.
He now brings extensive experience in project management, construction administration services, marketing and business development, along with proposal development, talent development and retention and technology infrastructure upgrade and roll out, according to a news release. His past projects with Graves include the Statue of Unity, which is currently the world’s tallest freestanding sculpture and part of a massive infrastructure and architectural undertaking located in Gujarat State, India.
Other projects included The St. Regis Nile Corniche, a 2.2 million-square-foot luxury hotel and mixed-use development in Cairo, along with the Savio Hall project at Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey and multiple projects for the New York City School Construction Authority.
Lamb received a bachelor’s from Georgetown University and a master of architecture from The New Jersey Institute of Technology.