Legat Architects Announces New K-12 Practice Leaders

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

Legat Architects Announces New K-12 Practice Leaders

Legat Architects has appointed Jason Lembke, AIA, LEED AP, director of its K-12 Education practice, and Robert Wroble, AIA, LEED AP, associate director of K-12 Education. The practice includes experience at more than 400 schools, according to Legat. James McDonough, former director, will join a construction management firm.

Lembke will lead the K-12 practice on a regional and national level. He is responsible for client development, planning, and project management. Wroble will support Lembke in marketing efforts, and in leading major projects.

Patrick Brosnan, president/CEO of Legat Architects, says, “Over the last decade, Jason and Rob have been instrumental in the continued
growth of our K-12 practice. The leadership they have shown in working with staff, clients, and communities proves their ability to maintain
Legat Architects’ reputation as a leader in educational architecture.”

Legat Architects is a leading sustainable architectural and interior design practice specializing in commercial/mixed use, corporate office,
higher education, healthcare, K-12 education, and municipal facilities. It serves clients regionally and nationally from its Illinois offices
(Chicago, Crystal Lake, Oak Brook, Waukegan) and its joint venture firm in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit www.legat.com.

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