Jeremy Detwiler and Anthony J. Concolino are the newest additions to the KMA Design team.
“We are delighted to be able to add these two accomplished professionals to our staff,” noted Barbara Martin, founder and president of KMA Design.
A graduate of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Detwiler spent the past 8 years as Senior Project Manager with Bunting Graphics of Verona, PA, where he was directly responsible for managing projects including the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City, Dallas Cowboys Stadium Sports Complex and the Highmark/Allegheny Health System Rebranding Project throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area.
The Penn Hills resident will serve as Senior Project Manager with KMA Design and be based in the Carnegie office.
Concolino will be based at the firm’s new Tampa office. A graduate of Hobart and William Smith College in Geneva, New York, he has served in a variety of positions with Hilton Worldwide in Tampa, ASM/ABBCO Sheet Metal in Queens, New York and Forest City Ratner Companies in Brooklyn.
During his two years with ABBCO, Concolino was Project Manager for One World Trade Center in New York City, coordinating layout and design of mechanical systems installed at the site.
“Our increasing Florida activity,” noted Martin, “now includes new projects for several healthcare clients: Florida Hospital – Fish, Florida Hospital – North Pinellas, Florida Hospital – Waterman, Florida Hospital – Wauchula, Florida Hospital – Wesley Chapel, Florida Hospital – Tampa, and Lakeland Regional Medical Center.”