ESKW/Architects is proud to announce that Janine Sutton Golub has been named Associate in the firm. We are honored by her dedication to our clients, our projects, and the culture of our office, which wouldn’t exist without her.
Janine first joined ESKW/A in 2004 after her undergraduate program at Columbia when we were an office of merely eight people. Three years later, she “left” to attend grad school at the UPenn School of Design rejoining the office at breaks and summers. In the fall of 2012, she then departed again to Boston to be with her now-husband at grad school, but always saving a place for ESKW/A in her heart! She returned to us in April 2016 and has been here ever since.
Janine said she’s a boomerang, but we like to think of her more as a didgeridoo (wind instrument indigenous to northern Australia), because she’s here to stay, and that’s music to our ears. Her professional favorites with ESKW/A include the award-winning Bronx Zoo Eco-Restroom, the Bronx Community Charter School, and our current new school at PS108 in the Bronx. Whether in the design phase, detailing, or construction administration, Janine brings great interpersonal skills to successfully manage all the moving parts of projects. She serves as the BIM Office Manager, offering technology expertise and developing standards for the office. Janine is a longtime member of the office book club and often treats the office to homemade baked goods. (See the blog post about our Pi Day celebration!)
Outside of the office, she loves water sports, biking, and running, especially while chasing around her adorable youngsters Ella and Dean (a third is on the way this summer!). We’re proud to welcome Janine’s positive, hard-working spirit to the leadership of the firm.
At the same time as this promotion, we also announced three team members as Senior Project Managers! See that news here.