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July 12, 2017
Member News

Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. Staff Member Alyssa Konsza Receives PA Registered Architect License

By Rosemarie Fabien, PhD | Fabien Communications
Alyssa Konsza of Archer & Buchanan is now a registered architect.

West Chester, PA (July 2017) – The West Chester firm of Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.  is pleased to announce that staff member Alyssa Konsza has received her registration as a licensed architect in Pennsylvania. Ms. Konsza has been a part of the Archer & Buchanan staff for more than 6 years, serving as the project manager on numerous institutional and residential projects. She is currently involved in a 12,000-square-foot office renovation for a private firm in King of Prussia, PA and a new K-8 Jewish day school for the Kohelet Foundation in Merion Station, PA. 

"Alyssa joined our firm following her graduation from Penn State and it has been a privilege to see her hone her skills and talents to become a registered architect,” noted Principal Daniel Russoniello, AIA, LEED AP. “She is a great asset to the firm and our clients benefit from her contribution to their projects."

Ms. Konsza received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pennsylvania State University and has a keen interest in socially and environmentally conscious design, as well as a respect for historic preservation and adaptive reuse. 

Currently celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. is an award-winning architecture firm known for timeless design, attention to detail and exquisite craftsmanship.  Projects include new structures as well as thoughtful renovations, additions, country property planning, master planning and feasibility studies and adaptive re-use of buildings throughout the eastern seaboard.  Among clients are private home owners and institutions.  Visit, (610) 692-9112.


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