Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor, a Warren-based architecture and engineering firm, announced it has hired architects Charles Clauser, Harry Wright and Stephen Sgro in its Cherry Hill office.The new hires, formally of Moorestown-based Costanza Spector Clauser Architects, come as part of PS&S’s expansion in South Jersey, according to a news release. CSCA specialized in providing architectural and interior design, project planning and graphics and rendering services, with a concentration in the health care sector.
Clauser will be senior director of architecture, while Wright and Stephen Sgro will both be senior architects in the Cherry Hill office, the news release said.
“We are thrilled that Charles, Harry and Stephen will be joining the company,” John Sartor, CEO of PS&S, said in a prepared statement. “In recognizing the importance of the healthcare industry, not only in New Jersey, but also the entire region, we are looking forward to adding their architectural expertise in that sector to our fully integrated offerings.”
CSCA was founded in 1960 as the practice of Joseph Costanza Jr., according to PS&S. The company has provided a vast array of services — including architecture, interior design, and planning feasibility — to a variety of clients.
“This is an exciting time for us,” Clauser said. “Combining our experience with the existing expertise at PS&S is going to amplify the architecture side of the business — and coupling that with the technical engineering and design excellence is going to create tremendous opportunities.”
Sartor added that, by Labor Day, the firm expects to double its office space in Cherry Hill to accommodate its growing architecture business and land practice group.