Photo of the interior entryway of JSA Inc's office. The photo features a dark wood paneled front reception area desk, with a bright orange wall behind it with a logo plaque of "JSA". To the left of the desk, there is a small seating area with two orange and grey chairs and an end table, and a video monitor on the wall is showing photos of interior design work.

Headshot photo of a young Caucasian woman from the shoulders up. Her body is turned at an angle but she is facing the camera and smiling. She has blond wavy shoulder length hair worn down and is wearing a black turtleneck and gold hoop earrings.Kelly Stanford AIA has been named a project architect at JSA Design. Also, the firm announced that Project Architect Casey Orlando has passed the Architecture Registration Exam administered by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB); he is also designated as AIA, a member in good standing of the American Institute of Architects.

“We’re excited to have Kelly join JSA,” says JSA CEO North Sturtevant. “She will play an important role in the continued success of the firm. We’re also very proud of Casey’s recent licensure and passing the Architecture Registration Exam. He’s a key member of our design team and his achievement is well-deserved.”

Stanford brings diverse experience in healthcare and mixed-use projects to JSA. She likens her job as a project architect to solving a 3D puzzle. “Assembling a building package is a series of interactions, decisions and components,” she says. “People, functionality, spaces, support systems, aesthetics, structure—they’re all puzzle pieces. I orchestrate and collaborate so all those pieces fit.” Formerly with Warrenstreet Architects in Concord, NH, Stanford’s expertise includes new construction and renovation projects including mixed-use, healthcare, municipal, education, single-family and multi-family housing, senior living, historic preservation and more. Most recently she served as job captain on an adaptive reuse project for Bangor Savings Bank in Concord, NH, a project nominated for a NH Preservation Alliance Award. Stanford received a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a master’s of architecture degree from Roger Williams University.

Orlando has been at JSA since 2017. To become a licensed architect, he passed the six-part Architecture Registration Exams, administered by NCARB. Orlando is licensed as a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. His current projects include Brick Market, a mixed-use development under construction in Portsmouth, NH, and the Coastal Eye Surgery Center in Newington, NH. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from the Wentworth Institute of Technology.

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