March 9, 2022 – Harrisburg-based sustainable architecture and interior design firm, Murray Associates Architects, P. C., welcomes three new BIM Design Technicians to its architectural teams.
David Fischetti has joined Murrays from graduating from Penn College of Technology this past December with his Bachelor of Science in Building Sustainability and Design Degree and an Associates in Architecture Technology. He is a certified LEED Green Associate and a graduate from Cumberland Valley High School. In his free time, he is still actively involved in an architecture competition for the 2022 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge with other Penn College students. Currently, they are in the semi-finals competition and are on their way to competing in the finals in April. One of his future goals include achieving his master’s degree in architecture.
Marlee Hatterer began her journey at Murrays as an intern. She is now a full time employee while she is completing her Applied Science Associates Degree in Architecture at Harrisburg Area Community College. She is expecting to graduate this upcoming summer and is looking forward to gaining working knowledge in the profession. Marlee is 2017 graduate of Red Land High School and in her free time she enjoys computer gaming specifically Valorant, Minecraft and Genshin Impact. Most of all, she loves caring for her 9-month old corgi. Her future goals are to complete her bachelor’s degree in architecture.
Hunter Plank brings two years of experience to Murrays along with his Bachelor of Science degree in Building Science and Sustainable Design and an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science, Architectural Technology from Penn College of Technology. Hunter has his LEED Green Associates certificate and is affiliated with the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS, Penn College Chapter) and the USGBC. When not at work, Hunter enjoys traveling and the outdoors. He is currently studying permaculture gardening, has a collection of bonsai trees and is constantly thinking of how to use nature in a more sustainable approach to architecture.