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Stephen C. Wright AIA 
 
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Stephen C. Wright AIA joins the Arlington, VA office of Perkins Eastman as Principal 

The Board of Directors of top international design and architecture firm Perkins Eastman has just announced that Stephen C. Wright AIA has joined the firm’s growing Arlington, VA office as a Principal. Wright joins with more than 30 years of professional experience in higher education planning and design.

Prior to joining Perkins Eastman, Wright was in the Norfolk, VA office of Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company. His professional client roster includes studies, completed work, and projects under construction at The College of William and Mary, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, James Madison University, Michigan State, University of Florida, and Stanford University, among many others. His work has won numerous awards and he speaks regularly on topics related to campus planning and design.

Principal and Executive Director Aaron B. Schwarz FAIA, the practice area leader for Perkins Eastman’s growing international higher education practice, says of Wright: “Steve brings a commitment to creating architecture that engages with and endears itself to the surrounding campus. His expertise will be invaluable as the firm continues to expand our higher education practice in the Mid-Atlantic region as well as internationally.” Wright is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where he received a Bachelor of Architecture. He has twice served as President of AIA Hampton and served on the national AIA Committee on Interiors.

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