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Interior designer joins firm

CONCORD — BJW Architecture, Inc. has hired Project Manager and Interior Designer Beth Herbst.

A member of the International Interior Design Association, Herbst brings more than six years of experience to her new role with the firm where she will handle interior upfits for office and retail clients, including restaurants.

In her previous position with The RBA Group Architects, Herbst specialized in layout and design of restaurants, including recognizable franchises such as Camille’s Sidewalk Caf & eacute;, Cans Bar and Doc Green’s. She also handled the Dunkin Donuts account before her departure there.

Prior to her time at RBA, Herbst spent three years with Merriman Schmitt Architects, where she worked on industrial and office projects.

“We are fortunate to have found someone whose experience meshes so well with our own focus areas,” said Barbara J. Walker, principal, BJW Architecture Inc.

“Beth’s relevant industry experience and skill set will enhance our capabilities and add value to the services we offer our clients, especially those in the rapidly growing retail and office market segments.”

A native of upstate New York, Herbst holds a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Georgia.

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