Our Leaders Energize the Design Process
It takes a high-energy, creative, collaborative environment and a talented team of professionals to complete the kinds of architectural projects that define HuntonBrady Architects. The leadership of our firm guides the process and drives our culture.
Associate, Marketing Director
Christine Scott is an Associate and serves as the firm’s Marketing Director with overall responsibility for marketing, business development and sales strategies of the firm’s core markets, especially educational design. Over 30 years of experience as a teacher and in business development for the A/E/C industry gives her insight into the unique needs of public and private K-12 schools, community colleges and universities. As a former member of the Society of Marketing Professional Services, she was recognized with a 2012 National Marketing Communications Award, 1st Place Internal Communication.
Susan Pendergraft, AIA, LEED AP
Susan is a project manager with over 20 years of architectural design experience in education, healthcare, commercial office and special projects. Recent projects include Central Florida Community College, Citrus Instructional & Conference Center; Seminole State College, Renovation to Buildings L & F; Orange County Public Schools, Killarney Elementary School; Orange County Public Schools Chickasaw Elementary School, and Renovation of the Catholic Charities Central Florida Service Center in Orlando. She is a LEED accredited professional with the U.S. Green Building Council and has served as both project manager and LEED administrator for new sustainable design projects. She graduated with a bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Texas at Austin and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Chris Dunlop, AIA
Chris is an Associate and Project Manager with over 11 years of experience leading various healthcare, education and commercial projects through design and construction. His recent projects include Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Cancer Institute, and several projects at Florida Hospital Flagler. He received his bachelor of design and master of architecture from the University of Florida. Chris is an active member of AIA Orlando/AIA Florida and in 2008 was named the recipient of the AIA Orlando Fred H. Pryor Young Architects Forum Achievement Award.
Aurelio Posada, AIA
Aurelio is an Associate and Lead Designer with over 22 years of architectural experience. As senior designer for eight new hospitals, schools, churches and more, he brings a wealth of technical expertise, imagination and artistic talent to our team. His projects include Florida Hospital Orlando’s iconic Ginsburg Tower and Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children. Aurelio is a native of Colombia and has worked in Colombia, Spain and England. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects Orlando.
Maurizio Maso, AIA
Vice President, Design Principal
Design Principal Maurizio Maso is responsible for establishing and fostering the creative direction of the firm. He received his bachelors and masters degrees in architecture from the University of Florida. He is the design architect of many notable Florida buildings, including the University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Maitland Summit III, College of Central Florida Century Center, Valencia College West Campus Special Events Center, the Mennello Museum Expansion, Seminole State College Center at Heathrow, Altamonte and Sanford/Lake Mary Campus renovations and many more. Maurizio received the 2006 State of Florida AIA Design Honor award for his consistent design excellence in architectural practice, the 2012 AIA Orlando Medal of Honor award, and in 2008 he was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus award from the University of Florida.
Phillip Randall, RA, is a skilled construction administrator for HuntonBrady’s education, healthcare and commercial projects, including Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and Hillsborough Community College Student Services Building at Ybor City. He is a critical component of the project team and serves as HuntonBrady’s liaison with clients, owners and contractors during a project’s construction phase. Phil received his bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana and has over 31 years of experience in the design industry.
Associate, Director of Corporate Development
Karen is an Associate and serves as Director of Corporate Development. Her expertise in the architectural community for over 23 years includes project administration, business development and firm administration. One of her primary responsibilities is to organize and lead the business development efforts for our commercial, interior design and medical office groups which provide design and planning services to corporations, developers, building owners and brokers. Karen also oversees and implements all of the Human Resources policies, programs and practices for the firm.
Drew Krecicki, AIA
Drew is an Associate and Project Manager with over 25 years of professional experience. Drew’s primary focus is in the areas of healthcare and educational projects. Specializing in larger projects, he is currently working on the Florida Hospital Orlando campus and the new College of Medicine at the University of Central Florida. In 2001, Drew was the recipient of the AIA Orlando Chapter President’s Award in recognition of his service to both the profession and community. He also serves as the Chairman of the Planning & Zoning Commission in Winter Park.
Paul Macheske, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Vice President of Healthcare Design/Practice Leader
Paul Macheske has more than 20 years of healthcare planning, programming and design experience with community hospitals, academic medical centers, health system facilities and government institutions. Paul has presented his innovative ideas in healthcare design to the Heath Guidelines Revision Committee (HGRC) of the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He also was a featured speaker on Architecture for Image-Guided Neurosurgery at the National Symposium on the Design of High Performance Operating Rooms. He led the teams for new hospitals in Daytona Beach and Wesley Chapel, Florida, and Castle Rock, Colorado. He has also led multiple master plans, expansions and renovations for healthcare systems in Florida, Arizona and Colorado. He received his bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Kansas.