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General Magnaplate — a world leader in the science of surface enhancement for metals and other substrates — announced it has achieved National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) certification for its expanded Arlington, Texas facility.
Administered by the Performance Review Institute, Nadcap is a consensus-based, technically superior conformity assessment of companies that provide special processes — such as coatings — and products for the aerospace industry. Nadcap certification is one of the most stringent quality approvals for a surface treatment provider to attain.
After moving all processes and operations to our upgraded Texas facility, the company applied for new accreditation and successfully achieved it in May 2022. This achievement was made possible through the hard work and dedication of the entire General Magnaplate organization.
“The new Nadcap accreditation is yet another affirmation of our uncompromising commitment to excellence,”says Ashley Russo, Chief Operating Officer. “Our team is always looking to further Boost our processes tomeet our customers’ strict expectations for quality.”
While General Magnaplate has a long history of dedication to the aerospace, defense and military industries, Nadcap recognition lets customers in every industry be certain they’re receiving the highest quality surface treatments for their parts.
For more information about General Magnaplate’s Nadcap accreditation and quality assurance efforts, visit www.magnaplate.com.
Architecture and Interior Design Firm SGA Announces Internal Ownership Transition and Expansion of Leadership Team
Adam Spagnolo named CEO, John Sullivan and Gable Clarke named co-Presidents, Al Spagnolo elevated to Chairman
SGA - an award-winning architecture, design and planning firm specializing in life sciences, corporate and academic design - announced today an internal transition of ownership and expansion of its leadership team. The firm will now be led by equal majority owners: President of Architecture John Sullivan, AIA; President of Interior Design Gable Clarke, NCIDQ, LEED® AP, Certified Generations Trainer; and CEO Adam Spagnolo. Former SGA President and Founding Partner Al Spagnolo, AIA, NCARB will move to the role of Chairman and Founding Partners Bill Gisness, AIA, BSA, and Jeff Tompkins, IIDA, LEED® AP, will transition from the firm. Michael Schroeder, CCM, will remain a minority partner.
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SGA has experienced tremendous growth in latest years, more than doubling the staff in its Boston and New York offices to over 130 professionals. The firm has 15 million sq. ft. of active projects as clients have relied on SGA’s unique ability to deliver flexible, tech-forward design and sustainable, state-of-the-art facilities that foster collaboration and breed innovation. Continually at the forefront of its field, SGA has designed innovation campuses, emerging life sciences clusters, R&D accelerators, high-performance sustainable buildings, complex mixed-use developments, dynamic, brand-rich work environments, and campus life facilities for the nation’s leading developers, owners, academic institutions and users of real estate.
“Under the new leadership, SGA will continue the transformational work that has established us as one of the most trusted architecture and design firms,” stated Chairman Al Spagnolo. “Our latest growth is a credit to the work of Gable, John, Adam, and the rest of our talented team. They are taking SGA to heights that Jeff, Bill, and I could not have dreamed of when we started the firm in 1991.”
CEO Adam Spagnolo will lead and oversee the business of the practice including overall fiscal responsibilities and firm-wide operations. Adam will lean on his many years of organizational leadership in multiple industries including retail, architecture and design. For the past seven years he has modernized SGA’s business practices, opened the firm’s New York City office and managed its exponential growth.
John Sullivan will serve as SGA’s President of Architecture. For 17 years he has led the firm’s many large-scale projects in the commercial, technology, life-sciences, and academic markets and often plays a major role in master planning, conceptual design, and the public approvals process. Sullivan will lead the firm’s robust architecture practice focusing on design leadership and client management.
President of Interior Design Gable Clarke has earned many prestigious honors and awards during her 20-plus year career, including 18 at SGA. She has been the driving force behind the expansion of the firm’s interior design practice and is an ambassador throughout the market. In addition to leading numerous interior design commissions and overseeing the Science and Technology discipline, Clarke will manage the firm’s human resources department.
“John, Gable and I are honored to lead SGA and this exceptional company into a new era,” said Adam Spagnolo. “In the role of CEO, I am here to serve the leadership team and our practice to ensure they have all of the tools needed to continue delivering industry-leading, tech-forward projects. SGA’s position as an innovator and trusted advisor to clients is a testament to the leadership and expertise of our founding partners Al Spagnolo, Jeff Tompkins, and Bill Gisness – we will continue to build upon the trusted and highly-regarded reputation they worked tirelessly to create.”
In addition to Sullivan, Clarke, and Adam Spagnolo becoming equal majority owners, SGA has named five new principals and seven directors. Matthew Fickett, AIA, CPCH, LEED®, Joe Mamayek, AIA, LEED® AP, Brooks Slocum, AIA, Brian Slozak, RA, and Eric Svahn, AIA, NCARB and have all been elevated to Principal. Scott Barnholt, AIA, Caroline Bergin, IIDA, NCIDQ, WELL® AP, David Enriquez, LEED® AP BD+C, Bill Fleming, Marc Gabriel, LEED® AP BD+C, NCARB, Jessica Randolph, AIA, NCARB, Walker Shanklin, AIA, and Amanda Vicari, NCIDQ have all been promoted to Director. The firm will remain headquartered in Boston and CEO Adam Spagnolo will work out of their New York office.
SGA is a national, award-winning practice with work that spans architecture, interior design, planning, and virtual design and construction. The 130+ person firm has offices in Boston and New York City and embodies tech-forward design that redefines how life science, academic, urban, mixed-use, corporate and commercial projects are visualized and delivered. The strength of the experienced team is speed-to-market, problem solving, fast-track public approvals, and a seamless integration of the design, development and construction process. SGA’s team-first approach and trademark creativity has resulted in over 500M SF of successful, innovative commissions. For more information visit sga-arch.com.
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Clinical Assistant Professor - Physical Therapy Department
Kyle Adams is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Baylor University in Waco, TX. He received his Master of Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY in 2001, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2008. He became board certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy in 2005, completed a fellowship in manual therapy through Evidence in Motion in 2011, and completed a therapeutic pain specialist certification program with Evidence in Motion in 2017. He is currently enrolled in a DSc PT program at Bellin College in Green Bay, WI.
Prior to his time at Baylor, he spent 15 years as a full-time clinician in 2 different outpatient orthopedic private practices, and 1 year as the director of an orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship program. He also spent 11 years serving as an adjunct faculty member at different entry-level PT programs and 9 years teaching post-professional courses around the United States, covering the Topics of orthopedic physical therapy, manual therapy, exercise, and pain science.
He recently received his first grant, has a book chapter in press, and a couple manuscripts in review.