The CRA Team is Expanding

A very warm welcome to Drew Cerjanic, Courtney Glatfelter, Clay Helfrick, and Madison Menard – the newest members of the CRA team!

Drew Cerjanic joined the team in March as a Project Architect. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture, from Philadelphia University in 2010 where he spent a semester at the American University of Rome. His experience is diverse, with more than 10 years’ experience working on Corporate, Education and Retail projects.

Courtney Glatfelter joins CRA Architects as an Administrative Assistant.  Courtney brings over 11 years of experience in administration roles in various face-paced environments.

Clay Helfrick first started with us as a high school student intern, then was a part of the CRA team as a summer & winter college intern. He is now joining us full time as an Intern Architect. Clay holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Thomas Jefferson University (formerly Philadelphia University).

Madison Menard has joined the firm as an Intern Architect. She graduated from Thomas Jefferson University this past May, with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.

We look forward to working with them, and are excited about their success with the firm!

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