September 19, 2017

Farmington designer Quisenberry Arcari rebrands

Photo | Contributed
Photo | Contributed
Rusty Malik of Quisenberry Arcari Malik in Farmington,

Farmington's Quisenberry Arcari Architects, on the heels of its summer merger, has changed its name to Quisenberry Arcari Malik (QAM).

In July, the firm merged with Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects.

QAM principal Tom Arcari said the name change "is intended to acknowledge and celebrate partner Rusty Malik's long-term commitment and contributions to the growth of the firm."

The name change is accompanied by a new logo and new website.

Malik, who joined as an ownership partner in 2010, has been directly responsible for several of the firm's recent and significant projects that have strengthened the firm's overall project capabilities and developed the education market, Arcari said.

Those include Wethersfield High School's $95-million comprehensive renovation, the renovations of Newington public schools' STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Academies, and the $38.5 million North Stonington public schools upgrade.

With the overall brand refresh, "our new visual identity better represents the firm's steady growth to one of the largest Connecticut architecture firms," Arcari said.

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