Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr., FAIA announces his transition from Managing Partner of Bialosky to become Principal Emeritus of the firm his father founded in 1951 as a sole practitioner. He will continue to advise on key projects and uphold civic commitments. His new advisory role is part of a ten-year ownership transition plan that elevates two current Partners and names two new ones.
Paul Deutsch, AIA, LEED AP, and Aaron Hill, AIA, LEED AP BD+C are now Co-CEOs of the AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm. Deutsch will continue to lead day-to-day operations, including technical, financial, and legal aspects of the firm. Hill will focus on design, talent, and culture. Together, they will champion the long-held principle of building consensus and including diverse voices in decision-making. “Our Co-CEO model is underpinned by the idea of 1+1=3,” Deutsch adds. “We’ve always believed the whole is far greater than the sum of the parts”. Each will continue to lead projects and directly serve clients.
The transition plan also names Brian Meng, RA, LEED AP and Hallie Crouch, Assoc. AIA as new Partners of Bialosky. Their ascension diversifies ownership by discipline, gender, and generation. Meng, a licensed architect with a 23-year tenure at Bialosky, will continue to lead mixed-use, multifamily, and planning projects. Crouch will continue her 12-year trajectory in leading business development, strategic visioning, and best practices.
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