We are proud to announce five new Principals in the firm. Drazen Ahmedic, AIA; Stephen Johnson, AIA; René Tercilla, AIA; Philip Trezza, Jr., AIA; and Jack Williams, AIA were recently elected Principals by the firm’s Board of Directors.
Drazen started with Harvard Jolly in 2011 and leads the firm’s Higher Education Design. He has designed multiple award-winning projects and is a Leadership Tampa Bay graduate. He has presented, Rebuilding an Icon at Florida Education Facility Planner’s Association conference, and Smart Design Solutions at Florida Leadership in Educational Facilities conference. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
Steve has been with Harvard Jolly since 1997 and leads the firm’s K-12 Educational Design. He advises numerous community K-12 student mentorship programs and recently presented to the Florida Educational Facilities Planners Association (FEFPA) on 21st Century Learning Environments. He is a graduate of the University of Florida.
René joined Harvard Jolly in 2014 after the merger of Harvard Jolly, Inc. and Tercilla Courtemanche, Inc. – a well-established architecture firm of which he was the President. He currently leads the West Palm Beach office and all South Florida operations for the firm. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and the University of Michigan and is a Recognized Educational Facilities’ Planner as well as a LEED Green Associate.
Phil joined Harvard Jolly in 2000 and oversees the firm’s Governmental Architecture. He is an active member of American Institute of Architects, American Library Association, Florida Library Association, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In 2011, he was selected as one of ENR Southeast’s “Top 20 Under 40.” He is a graduate of the University of Florida.
Jack joined Harvard Jolly in 1998 and leads the firm’s Orlando office. Passionate about K-12 design, he is heavily involved in the Orange County Public Schools Workforce Advisory Council. He is also an active member of the Florida Sheriff’s Association as well as Past President of the American Institute of Architects, Florida Southwest Chapter. He is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Florida.