VLK Names New Senior Associate and New Associates
FORT WORTH, TX John Brooks, AIA, has been named Senior Associate and D'Lee Marshall and Brian Sahrmann, AIA, NCARB, have been named Associates. These three individuals have shown an exceptional understanding of the many facets of architectural practice, developed and strengthened relationships with our clients and business associates, and have contributed to the advancement of VLK as a whole through innovative ideas and efforts.
John Brooks, AIA, joined VLK in 2009 with a rich history of designing a multitude of building types from stadiums to world-class hotels. With his innovative designs and resume of outstanding work, Brooks quickly became a valuable member of the VLK team. His enormous talent, skillset, and passion that he brings to each one of his projects, always results in excellent solutions for our clients. His engagement with team members, outside of the box thinking for design with ability for independent problem solving, has been a tremendous asset to the firm.
D'Lee Marshall joined VLK in 2014 with a background in marketing. In just two short years, her initiatives and leadership in the marketing efforts have had extraordinary results. VLK's marketing of successful collateral, social media campaigns, and communications as a whole is a direct reflection of her talents and motivation. She has worked to build a seamless marketing department and their performance has been a huge benefit to VLK. Her positivity and creative thinking has made an impact on our projects and plans, which has benefitted our clients.
Brian Sahrmann, AIA, NCARB, joined VLK in 2005 as an entry-level architectural intern, serving initially in the production group. Sahrmann was quickly recruited into the construction administration department because of his unique business management interest and skills. With his construction knowledge, professionalism, and interpersonal skills, Sahrmann has really shown that he is a true leader here at VLK. He has enthusiastically assisted with marketing and business development efforts throughout his career and now is early transitioning into a Project Director role.