BEVERLY, MA–SV Design, Siemasko + Verbridge announced the promotion of Jen Hocherman, AIA, LEED AP to Associate Principal. Jen joined SV at the start of 2013 and has led and managed a wide range of educational, multi-family, commercial, and institutional projects throughout her time here.
Some of Jen’s notable projects are the Greater Beverly YMCA Sterling Center Expansion and Education Center, the new Glen T. MacLeod YMCA in Gloucester, the Riverview School’s Wellness Center in Sandwich, the Brookwood School in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Endicott College’s Peter Frates Hall and Brindle Hall, and a large-scale office for a financial services client in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Jen’s forward-thinking approach, complex project coordination, and in-depth understanding of each project allows her to seamlessly manage project teams and client relations. Her leadership among the firm and with clients has led to projects that bring the client’s vision to life through a thoughtful and thorough design process.
Prior to joining SV, Jen held positions in Boston at Bargmann, Hendrie, + Archetype and Steffian Bradley Architects. Jen has a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and two decades of architectural experience. In the past, she has been a guest critic for the Boston Architectural College and Tufts University. Jen serves on the Temple Ahavat Achim’s School Committee and as a troop leader for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Jen resides on the North Shore with her husband and two daughters.
SV Design, Siemasko + Verbridge specializes in beautiful and functional architecture, interiors, and landscapes. For three decades, SV Design has built a reputation from Boston’s North Shore to the Cape and beyond for residential, commercial, non-profit, academic, and many other community spaces of character and integrity. SV Design’s multidisciplinary team engages closely with clients to identify opportunities, anticipate challenges, and steward projects from site planning to the details of décor.