AIA
Owner/Principal
Monighan + Associates Architects Inc.
Sacramento, California


Owner and Principal of Monighan + Associates Architects Inc., Monighan has nearly 30 years of architectural experience as a designer of a wide variety of projects throughout the United States, Asia and Latin America. He is licensed in 29 states and is NCARB-certified. Monighan has significant experience in historical restoration and adaptive reuse, as well as in restaurants, retail and recreational facilities. His firm will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year.

NCIDQ
Associate
Cooper Carry Inc.
Atlanta


Casey joined Cooper Carry as an interior architect in 1996 and was named Associate in 2000. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Environmental Design; he became a certified Interior Designer in 1991. Casey has extensive experience working on retail projects including new mall design, mall renovation and expansion, department stores and mixed-use developments. Notable projects include the Houston Galleria renovation and expansion in Houston; Citicorp Center in Chicago; and Kings Plaza in Brooklyn, N.Y. As an interior architect, he brings to his firm extensive knowledge and expertise of all facets of interior design. His knowledge of finishes, materials and spatial design make him a unique and valuable asset to Cooper Carry's design team.

RA, AIA
Co-founder/Vice President
Avila | Tom Architects
Oakland, California


Avila brings uncommon vision to his pivotal role in shaping the firm's corporate strategy. Driving Avila's passion for architecture is a respect for America's urban fabric. An appreciation of the past informs his work as he revitalizes neighborhoods throughout the country. He is a hands-on leader involved in every aspect of the firm's business.

Senior Vice President
JGA Inc.
Southfield, Michigan


With JGA since 1986, Camilletti spearheads the firm's marketing and visual communications groups, providing brand identity, integrated graphic design services and conceptual positioning for design projects and graphic-related work. He also plays an integral role in business development efforts. A featured speaker at numerous industry association conferences, Camilletti spoke at GlobalShop and SPECS in 2001 and was named by Display and Design Ideas magazine as one of the "30 most influential people in the industry."

AIA
Senior Principal
Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback
& Associates Inc.

Atlanta


Carter graduated from Auburn University in 1979 with degrees in architecture, environmental design, and building construction. Carter's 22-year architectural career has concentrated on the design of large retail centers. His portfolio covers a full spectrum of retail project types, from department stores to specialty stores, to both enclosed and open-air shopping centers. His portfolio includes the Plaza and Court at King of Prussia, Pa.; Triangle Town Center in Raleigh, N.C.; and Plaza Vespucio and Plaza Tobalaba in Santiago, Chile. Among his industry awards are the 1997 ICSC International Design Award for the King of Prussia expansion and the 2001 ICSC International Design Award of Merit for the expansion of the Florida Mall in Orlando.

AIA
Principal
Perkowitz + Ruth Architects
Long Beach, California


In his role as Principal, Wolfe serves as team leader for retail centers and mixed-use development projects at Perkowitz + Ruth Architects. His knowledge of design theory combines with his talent for listening to client objectives and directing project teams to meet goals. Licensed in six states, Wolfe has 20 years of architectural experience. A cum laude graduate of California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, with a degree in architecture, Wolfe joined Perkowitz + Ruth Architects in 1987.
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