Wilson Associates expands North American team

In Wilson Associates’ Dallas Studio, the firm added Veronica Sandoval.
Veronica Sandoval is now the team’s project designer in Wilson Associates’ Dallas studio.

Wilson Associates has expanded its North American team.

In Wilson Associates’ Dallas studio, the firm added Veronica Sandoval, Louie Sison, Rachel Frazier and Carrie Jones.

Having spent more than five years at Forrest Perkins where she worked on the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto; St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio, Texas; and the Marriott Marquis in New York City, Sandoval is now the team’s project designer.

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Previously a project manager at Jeffrey Beers International, Sison has experience designing large-scale hospitality projects as the studio’s senior designer.

Following a previous career in the business and financial industries, Frazier expanded her experience in both residential and hospitality interiors and serves as project designer.

Meanwhile, Jones, who once served as design director with international accessories brand Fossil, joins Wilson Associates’ Dallas Studio as project manager. For Wilson Associates, she worked on the design of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The tower, part of a $1.5-billion expansion of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood, is designed to resemble back-to-back guitars and is scheduled to open in mid-2019.

In Wilson Associates’ Los Angeles studio, the firm added Jezzica Lindkrantz as project designer; and Erni Taslim as an associate design director.

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