BBG-BBGM name key principals

New York, NY– February 20, 2009 – As part of BBG-BBGM's global strategy to strengthen the firms' business infrastructure and growing design practice, BBG-BBGM named Roderick A. Petschauer and Ronda McCrea principals.
 
"These appointments are part of BBG-BBGM's strategy to develop new business networks in unexplored markets and strengthen our firms' business infrastructure to support long-term growth," said Louis R. Hedgecock, AIA, BBG-BBGM's Managing Partner.
 
Roderick A. Petschauer, CPA, Chief Financial Officer and Controller was promoted to Principal.  In this role, he will continue overseeing the firms' overall financial strategy and administrative operations.  Furthermore, he will continue developing economic strategies and objectives, and managing the firms' finances in order to achieve optimum financial results.
 
Ronda McCrea, Principal, will be responsible for new business development for the New York office's architectural practice.  She has over 25 years of marketing, business development and hospitality industry experience.  She is an active member of several industry associations including the New York Hospitality Council and Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW).

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