Firm Announces Transition In Leadership
PRESS RELEASE - WTA Architects of Saginaw announces transitions in leadership to the organization of its architectural and planning firm.
Kurt R. Fogelsonger, AIA, LEED AP, is stepping down as the President of the firm after 7 years of service in this position and 23 years as Partner.
Paul A. Haselhuhn, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, who has been with the firm since 1998 and Partner for the past 4 years serving as Vice President of Design, has been named President effective January 1, 2021. Mr. Haselhuhn’s involvement in a wide variety of projects has covered planning, programming, design, construction documentation, and construction administration services. He brings to the team experience in sustainable design and serves as WTA’s education leader. Paul holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M as well as a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan. As a member of AIA since 1998, Paul currently serves on the AIA Michigan Executive Committee and will serve as Treasurer in 2021. Paul resides in Midland, Michigan with his wife and has 4 children. He will lead the 24-person firm as it continues 73 years of excellent architectural design tradition.
Kenneth C. Lemiesz, AIA, remains a Partner in the firm with the position of Treasurer / Vice President of Preservation.
Jason R. Goff, AIA, an Associate with the firm has been named Partner and will hold the position of Secretary / Vice President of Design. Jason holds a Master of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University and has been with the firm for 6 years.
Additional leadership changes are the promotions of Erin L. Andrus, AIA, LEED AP BC+C, NCARB and John A. Reis, AIA, LEED AP to the position of Senior Associate.
We congratulate these individuals and look forward to their leadership and continued focus on the growth of WTA Architects in the years to come.