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ForrestPerkins Adds 2 Team Members
Design and architectural firm ForrestPerkins has added two people to its team.
Sharon Bilbeisi, an NCARB-certified senior architect and project manager, and Denzil Martin, an NCIDQ-certified interior designer and senior project manager, have both joined ForrestPerkins' Washington, D.C., office.
"Sharon Bilbeisi and Denzil Martin bring unique experience, a fresh perspective, and great talent to ForrestPerkins, and we welcome them," said Deborah Lloyd Forrest, president of ForrestPerkins.
Bilbeisi, a licensed architect in New York, California, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, is also a recognized architect in the United Arab Emirates. Her international experience includes working on luxury hospitality and multi-residential projects in Egypt, India, China, Uganda, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Korea, and the UAE. Nationally, she has designed projects in New York, Connecticut, Washington, Kentucky, and the District of Columbia.
Martin's career has included tenure as a senior designer and senior project manager on global projects including the upcoming Tokyo Disneyland Hotel in Tokyo, Japan; the not-yet-completed Intercontinental Hotel in Zhuhai, China; the Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii; the luxury cruise ships Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity; as well as The Venetian and Palazzo Hotels, Resorts and Casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her work on The Palazzo Hotel was published in Las Vegas Home and Design.