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New York - Sep 20, 2007 - Meridian Design Associates, Architects has promoted William Hallisky and Luis Roges to vice presidents. Hallisky and Roges both report to the firm's principals, Antonio Argibay and Bice C. Wilson. Hallisky was previously a senior associate, while Roges was an associate.
Hallisky will be the design and production leader for various clients, including Clear Channel and Sirius. He will also act as the primary client contact on these assignments. A native of Tampa Bay, Hallisky received a master of architecture degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. Jack Stefany hired and mentored Hallisky at his first professional position as an intern architect at Architectural Consultants Corporation in Tampa.
Luis Roges divides his time between Meridian's New York City and Miami offices. As vice president, Roges will be in charge of the firm's South Florida and Latin American residential and commercial accounts. His client assignments include CNN Miami, ESPN, Spanish Broadcasting Systems, Telemundo, ABC Radio, and Risk Metrics Group. He will also head management information systems and information technology administration for Meridian. Fluent in English, Spanish and Italian, Roges is a native of Havana, Cuba. He earned an electrical engineering master's degree in industrial power systems from the University of Havana. Roges also earned credits in business administration from Park University in Missouri.
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