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Atlantic City architecture firm announces new hires

Atlantic City architecture firm announces new hires

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SOSH Architects announced Tuesday the additions of Indira Pearce, Jeffrey Thomas and Keith Vreeland to its Atlantic City office.

Pearce, a graduate of Rutgers University, will join the firm as marketing and construction administration coordinator. She previously worked for 20 years in casino marketing and is pursing a master of business administration from Temple University. She lives in Somers Point.

Vreeland is returning to the architectural firm as project manager and construction administration. He worked at SOSH from 2007 to 2011 and was the facilities manager at Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club. Vreeland holds a bachelor of architecture and construction management degree from Spring Garden College and a master of architecture degree from New Jersey Institute of Technology. He also is a member of the Tuckerton Borough Council and Land Use Board.

Thomas recently graduated from NJIT with a master’s degree in infrastructure planning and bachelor of architecture degree. He interned at MMPF Architects and is affiliated with the American Institute of Architecture Students and Architectural League of New York.

“Our company’s growth over the last year is exciting for us,” said Bill Salerno, principal at SOSH Architects. “We are proud to have these exceptional individuals join our staff.”

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