Cuhaci & Peterson promoted Steven Duffy to Senior Vice President of Design. Duffy joined the firm in 2015 as the Vice President of Grocery. A graduate of the Pratt Institute, Steve has more than 30 years of national retail focused experience, spanning big box to boutiques. His work has encompassed nearly every facet of grocery and retail design, including store development programs, prototyping, and brand reinvention.
Steve is active in both the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and Food Marketing Institute (FMI). Additionally, he engages in speaking engagements throughout the industry and has been published in Progressive Grocer and The Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal.
Cuhaci & Peterson CEO, Greg Simpson said, “He will help the firm continue to develop an integrated approach to architecture and will be working with other service lines to perfect an end-to-end design philosophy for us.” He went on to say, “As he becomes increasingly active with the design team, they will work together to position assets and help fill out some aspirational roles within the firms strategic plan.”
As SVP of Design, Duffy will use his extensive knowledge to further support the firm’s concept design group, while guiding teams and encouraging cohesive and collaborative designs. Simpson added, “The ultimate goal is to continue to elevate design within our organization and for our clients.”
About Cuhaci & Peterson
Cuhaci & Peterson is a national architecture, engineering and planning firm specializing in end-to-end commercial design solutions. Founded in 1978, the company is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, with additional offices in Philadelphia and Boston, and is licensed in 49 states. C&P’s mission of transforming ideas into value is enhanced by a staff of experts who collaborate with clients to translate their visions into designs that elevate their brands.
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