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Retail Design Firm api(+) Promotes Five To Associate Level

David Behrens, Ryan Martin, Christy Emery, John Scheffel and Tim Moore.
David Behrens, Ryan Martin, Christy Emery, John Scheffel and Tim Moore.

Tampa, Florida-based ArchitecturePlus International Inc., or api(+), a leader in retail design and architecture, has promoted five of its employees to associate level: David Behrens; Ryan Martin, LEED AP; Christy Emery, AIA, NCARB; John Scheffel; and Tim Moore.

The associate title recognizes employees who have laid roots and are making ongoing contributions to the vision, strategy and culture of api(+). Those who earn the title are presented both an opportunity and an obligation to continue contributing, growing, developing and leading, according to the company.

api LogoJuan Romero, AIA, NCARB, president and CEO, said, “It’s a privilege to have these five individuals contributing to our leadership and work. Each adds exceptional value and enthusiasm to our team, provides insight and creative input to spotting and resolving problems, and influences others as a role model within the firm.”

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