Aubertine and Currier Hires an Aspiring Architect
WATERTOWN, NY November 8th, 2021 Aubertine and Currier (A&C) is pleased to announce the addition of Noah Landers to our Architectural Design Team. Noah is native to Watertown, NY, and grew up in the North Country attending Carthage High School. He pursued undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Ottawa in Canada, from which he holds a Bachelor of Music and an Artist Diploma in Piano Performance. Upon graduating, Noah began working at Aubertine and Currier in 2021 as an intern before being offered a full-time position in the Architectural Department. During his time with A&C, Noah has completed numerous projects for local and state organizations such as the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, as well as a variety of projects in the private sector. He is currently pursuing a Master of Architecture through Lawrence Technological University. In his free time, Noah enjoys the outdoors, visiting with friends and family, and projects around the home. Noah serves as the pianist and organist at several churches in the North Country area and volunteers around the community for various nonprofit organizations.
Founded 21 years ago as an Architecture Firm, Aubertine and Currier Architects, Engineers & Land Surveyors, PLLC has grown into a multi-discipline design firm employing a full-time staff of 34 people. In 2013, A&C was certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) by the New York State Department of Economic Development and certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the New York State Department of Transportation.