Bruner/Cott is thrilled to announce the three promotions from Associate to Senior Associate – congratulations, Karen Greene, Lena Kozloski, and Nurit Zuker!
Karen Greene, RA, LEED AP, joined Bruner/Cott in 2010 and brings to the firm a specialized knowledge and experience in interior architecture. Her strong skills in space use analysis and planning, combined with in-depth materials knowledge, has resulted in several LEED-certified projects including the Boston University School of Law, Boston University Yawkey Center for Student Services, and the Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center at Harvard University. Karen recently completed construction on Boston’s historic Huntington Theatre and is currently working on the redevelopment of the Harvard Square Garage in Cambridge.
Lena Kozloski, AIA, joined the firm in 2014 after several years at other area firms. Lena is an expert in the design of campus housing and has led significant residence hall and campus housing projects at institutions throughout New England, including Northeastern University, Colby College, Bowdoin College, and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Currently, Lena is working on the Aliki Perroti & Seth Frank Lyceum at Amherst College and the design of a new residence hall at Colby College, in association with Hopkins Architects.
Nurit Zuker, AIA, has been with Bruner/Cott since 2004 and has played a significant role in the firm’s campus and student center work. Nurit served as project manager on two student center projects at Vanderbilt University – Vanderbilt Commons and Alumni Hall – and more recently, the complex reimagination of the Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center at Harvard University (in association with Hopkins Architects). She recently completed construction on Boston’s iconic Huntington Theatre and is currently managing the adaptive reuse of a disused factory building at Wesleyan University into an arts innovation hub.