PMSM/19six Architects Promotes Monisha Adnani To Principal
Source: PMSM Architects
PMSM/19six Architects, one of the oldest architectural firms in California, is proud to announce that Monisha Adnani has been promoted to Principal.
“On behalf of the entire team here at PMSM/19six Architects, I am extremely excited to announce that Monisha has been promoted to Principal,” said PMSM/19six Architects Principal Alan Kroeker. “This is not
only a well-deserved achievement for Monisha but a significant milestone for our firm. Monisha has been a powerful contributor in building upon our rich legacy and her unique design perspective and leadership abilities will without a doubt continue to drive our success.”
Monisha joined PMSM/19six in September 2001 and has since become instrumental to PMSM/19six Architects’ growth. In early 2014, Monisha was appointed to Associate and took on a leading role in overseeing the firm’s design quality, project delivery, and mentoring of staff. As a design expert in educational, performing arts, and historic preservation, she has designed over one million square feet of built environments including master planning, renovation, seismic upgrades, and new construction. Her leadership in some of PMSM/19six Architects’ key projects include the historic renovation and addition of The Granada Theatre, Music Academy of the West, Cuesta College’s new SLO Instructional building and the North County Campus Center, and is currently working with Mt. San Jacinto College for a seismic renovation of their Temecula Valley Campus.
Her far-reaching dedication and passion inspire staff and clients to strive towards designing creative, inspiring, and sustainable spaces. As a child, Monisha grew up wanting a purposeful career that would leave the world a better place. Upon graduating from high school Monisha found herself pursuing architecture with the desire to design spaces that enhance communities. Today, Monisha has worked on over 70+ educational, performing arts, and civic projects and has succeeded in enhancing communities for generations to come.
Monisha Adnani is a LEED Accredited Professional and holds a Masters in Architecture from University of Colorado, Denver and received her Bachelors in Architecture at LS Raheja School of Architecture in Bombay, India. When not at work Monisha can be found enjoying the sights of Santa Barbara with her husband and 2-year-old twins.
For more information about the promotion of Monisha Adnani to Principal of PMSM/19six Architects, please contact Tasha Barnett, Marketing Coordinator at (805) 476.0399 or TBarnett@19sixArchitects.com.
Originally founded in 1906, PMSM/19six Architects has been dedicated to projects that enrich the community. For over a century, PMSM/19six has maintained a focus and passion for designing educational (K-12, Community College, and University), performing arts, healthcare, and municipal facilities. As a full-service architectural firm, PMSM/19six provides in-house planning, programming, design, and construction administration services. With two offices comprised of experienced architectural professionals from both the Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo locations. PMSM/19six Architects offers a wealth of experience and intellectual capital to clients. PMSM/19six specializes in providing cost-effective design solutions, alternate delivery methods, planning for future growth, and approval coordination with regulatory state and local agencies. For more information about PMSM/19six Architects, please visit www.19sixArchitects.com or call (805) 476.0399.