New York City-based design studio ranks as the 88th largest architectural firm in the United States
The New York City architecture, design, and planning firm of Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) has hired Allie Roberson as Job Captain. The value of the firm’s ongoing hospitality, restaurant, retail, and other commercial projects exceeds $500 million. Building Design & Construction ranks MADGI as the 88th largest architectural firm in the U.S.
“Allie brings valuable national design experience in the hospitality and commercial sectors,” said MADGI Principal Daniel Montroy, AIA.
Roberson’s current projects include a 2,800 SF restaurant at the Dazzler Hotel in Brooklyn, NY and the building repositioning and upgrades of 111-115 Broadway in New York, NY.
Prior to joining MADGI, Roberson worked in design capacities at The Office of Charles F. Bloszies, FAIA, in San Francisco, CA and at 2 Point Perspective Inc. in Chicago, IL. She holds a Master of Architecture from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Montroy Andersen DeMarco
Founded in 1990 and based in New York City, Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) is a prominent, cutting-edge architectural and interior design firm predominantly serving the Greater New York area. MADGI is led by three principals: Daniel Montroy, Steven Andersen, and Richard DeMarco. The firm employs 40 architects, interior designers, LEED professionals, project managers, and support staff. Building Design & Construction magazine ranks MADGI as the 88th largest architectural firm in the United States.
MADGI’s markets include hospitality, entertainment, restaurant, corporate interiors, retail, commercial building conversions and market re-positioning, residential and mixed-use new, and sustainable/LEED design. Headed by principals, the specialized studios have served as either lead designer or architect of record for some of the most innovative – and challenging – projects in the city. The firm is known for its design quality and expertise in cost control, technical issues, and addressing complex zoning regulations.
The firm’s architectural, executive design, and design collaborations portfolio in New York City includes the 230-room citizenM New York hotel in Times Square; the 90,000-sq.-ft. One World Observatory entertainment and restaurant destination at the new One World Trade Center; the 60,000-sq.-ft. Discovery Times Square exposition; Le Coq Rico restaurant; and BR Guest Hospitality’s Bill’s Bar & Burger locations at Rockefeller Center and in the New York Marriott Downtown.