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KCBA has recently added two new senior team members:
Julie Profilet-Saucier has been hired as KCBA’s Business Manager. She has over 25 years of administration, accounting, human resources, and business development experience with multiple successful design practices in Pennsylvania and South Carolina. In her new position, she will lead KCBA’s project accounting, corporate accounting, and human res
ources operations as well as advise the firm’s principals on financial and business management practices. In addition to her professional endeavors, Julie is very involved in community and volunteer work and currently serves as the Board President of Meals on Wheels Lehigh County, as the Publicity Committee Chair of the Lehigh Valley Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women, and previously on the board of several councils of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. Julie holds a B.A. in Psychology with a Minor in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina.
Bob Montanye, AIA, a former KCBA employee from 1979 to 2012, has rejoined the firm as a Senior Project Manager. His focus will be in the management of large-scale projects such as public schools and municipal facilities. Bob has a strong background in all aspects of architectural project management including client collaboration, coordination of intern
al and sub-consultant team members, construction document production, and construction administration. Very familiar with the requirements and protocols of the multi-prime public bidding and construction process, select examples from Bob’s resume include the new Lower Merion High School, renovated/expanded Perkiomen Valley High School, new Montgomery Township Municipal Campus, and new Radnor Township Public Works Complex. His first task upon returning to KCBA is construction administration of the new Haverford Township Municipal Complex. Bob holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Temple University.