By Joshua Burd
Rotwein+Blake has expanded its interior design team with one of its newest hires.
The firm, which is based in Livingston, announced recently that it has added Prabha Agrawal as a senior interior designer. She brings more than 14 years of experience in sectors such as corporate, education, banking, hospitality and government, most recently working as a senior designer for Ted Moudis Associates.
In her new role with Rotwein+Blake, Agrawal is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the project process, from programming to project administration, including providing project management and direction to the design team, contractors, other consultants and vendors. She reports directly to the director of interiors, working closely with the interiors team as well as providing support to the architectural team.
Agrawal is certified under the National Council for Interior Design Qualification and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design scale, according to a news release. During her career, she has worked on projects for clients including Golub Capital, NBC, CIT, Verizon, Cornell University and Syracuse University.
“Her experience in workplace design and strong background in planning and trend awareness contribute greatly to the interiors team and the firm,” Rotwein+Blake said in its announcement.