Carlin, Cartella, Morton promoted to Senior Development Manager

January 24, 2017

Amanda Carlin, Mark Cartella, and Craig Morton, Development Managers at Aegis Property Group, have been promoted to Senior Development Managers.

Amanda, Mark, and Craig provide excellent service to our clients, serve as great resources to our team, and have been instrumental in bringing in new business and additional assignments from current clients.

Amanda is currently managing numerous projects for Virtua and AtlantiCare. Recently completed projects include Virtua Corporate TV Studio and Virtua Corporate Cafeteria. She joined Aegis in 2015 and holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Structural Concentration) from Drexel University. A LEED Green Associate, she’s a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering.

Mark is managing the Bancroft new campus project in Mount Laurel, NJ, and the Thomas R. Kline Institute of Trial Advocacy at Drexel University. Previously he’s worked on projects for Virtua Health, Dickinson College, Moorestown Friends School, Alterra Property Group, and Corporate Office Properties Trust, among others. Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering with a Mechanical Concentration and dual minors in Mechanical Engineering and Construction Management from Drexel University. He’s a LEED AP and has been with Aegis since 2011.

Craig is currently involved in projects with The Discovery Center and Market Place Design Center in Philadelphia as well as projects at the Haverford School, Moorestown Friends School, Swarthmore College, and the Academy of Notre Dame. He has recently worked on the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Core Project, The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, and the Inn at Swarthmore. A registered architect and member of the American Institute of Architects, Craig is a LEED AP who joined Aegis in 2013. He has a Bachelor of Arts, Growth & Structure of Cities and Fine Arts, Painting from Haverford College and a Masters of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture.

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