CRA Welcomes New Interior Designer

A very warm welcome to Abigail Jones– the newest member of the CRA team!

After previously living in the Scranton area, Abby and her husband Ethan (an Architect!), and their pets Gretel and Daisy moved to Harrisburg this past year. Some of Abby’s hobbies include hiking with her dog, furniture refinishing, gardening, and aerial skills.

Abigail is a graduate of Marywood University where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts in Interior Architecture and Design. After graduating in 2014, she has been working full time in commercial interior design. Abby is involved in a few different market segments at CRA, and her varied experience in corporate, healthcare, and education allows her to use creative solutions for all clientele.

“What I’ve enjoyed the most about working at CRA so far is how collaborative and friendly everyone is.”
Abigail says. “Everyone is open to new ideas and is always willing to help you solve design challenges.”

We look forward to working with her and are excited about her success with the firm!

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