Rochester, NY Clark Patterson Lee welcomes new hires to its offices. Christian Martinez joins an as architectural designer and Michael Heberle as junior mechanical engineer. Joining the firm’s Buffalo team is Robin Coffey as a senior marketing coordinator and Ingrid Martinez as an architectural designer.
In his new position, Martinez is responsible for all aspects of architectural design including drafting, 3D modeling, presentations for clients and working with the construction team. He joins Clark Patterson Lee after serving as a research intern for the past year at Performative Praxis Lab where he conducted research for a state funded mobility study for the city of Syracuse. Martinez earned his bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from Hobart College and his master’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University.
As junior mechanical engineer, Heberle will assist the engineering team on renovation and new construction projects. Prior to joining Clark Patterson Lee, he served as energy engineer at CJ Brown Energy, facilities engineer at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and design engineer at Freedom Solar. Heberle has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Buffalo
As senior marketing coordinator, Coffey is responsible for preparing proposals and qualifications materials, and providing business development support for the Buffalo region. She has 30 years of marketing experience in the industry and joins Clark Patterson Lee after serving as senior marketing coordinator for Cannon Design.
In her new role, Martinez will assist the architectural team on K-12 projects. She joins Clark Patterson Lee full-time after serving as an intern. Martinez earned her bachelor’s degree in architecture with a minor in urban planning and her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Buffalo.