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Shepley Bulfinch names two to leadership

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Shepley Bulfinch has named Cathy Lange AIA as Principal and Lauren Antocci Perdue SPHR as Vice President, Human Resources.

“Cathy and Lauren’s impact is readily apparent on our practice, our projects, and our culture,” said President Carole Wedge, FAIA, in announcing the news.

“Cathy is a dynamic leader in our healthcare practice and a driver in promoting Lean principles in our project work and in our own operations, while Lauren has guided us through the expansion of our national practice, recruiting and retaining top talent and creating an open, welcoming workplace.”

Cathy Lange, AIA, LEED AP
has close to 30 years of experience in architecture, and a passion for healthcare planning and client relationship. She has championed the promotion of Lean planning, design, and operations, designing an in-house curriculum for the firm, and driving the implementation of process improvements. Cathy joined Shepley Bulfinch in 2000 and became an Associate four years later. She received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Lauren Antocci Perdue, SPHR

oversees human resources for the 190-member firm across its three offices. Lauren leads recruiting, retention, and professional development for the firm. She shares best practice with her peers as the firm’s representative on the HR committee of the Large Firm Roundtable and is a past co-chair of the Boston Society of Architects’ Administration and HR Committee. Lauren joined Shepley Bulfinch in 2006 and became an Associate in 2011. She received her BA in English and Education from Boston University.

Shepley Bulfinch is a national architecture practice with offices in Boston, Houston, and Phoenix. In 2014 the firm received national certification as a woman-owned business enterprise (WBE).

Cathy Lange AIA, LEED AP (left) and Lauren Antocci Perdue SPHR (right)

Cathy Lange AIA, LEED AP (left) and Lauren Antocci Perdue SPHR (right)


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