King + King Architects recently welcomed three new employees to its award-winning team of architects and designers. They are Elizabeth Marks Sayed, Lacey Stedman and Marissa Tirone.
Elizabeth Marks Sayed was named architectural designer - specializing in residence hall projects for the firm's Higher Education design studio. A graduate of Syracuse University with a bachelor's degree in architecture, she has two years of experience. She and her husband, Hesham, reside in Syracuse. Sayed is the daughter of Robert and Debra Marks.
Lacey Stedman was named architectural designer - specializing in healthcare design. A graduate of Syracuse University with a bachelor's degree in architecture, she has two years of experience. Stedman resides in Syracuse with her family.
Marissa Tirone was named designer. Previously, she served as an assistant professor at Syracuse University's School of Architecture. Tirone earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky and received her master's of architecture from Cornell University. She resides in Syracuse.
King + King Architects - the oldest architectural firm in New York State and the fifth oldest in the country - specializes in architectural design for higher education, K-12, healthcare and community organizations with a focus on sustainable design.