Jeffrey Cohen is a graduate of University of Florida with a Masters of Art Degree in Architecture in 1974. He also obtain a Minor in Urban Planning and Regional Development. Prior to joining the company as Assistant Vice-President in 2011, he spent 15 years at Wisznia Associates Architects in New Orleans as a Sr. Associate and Sr. Architect.
Organizations: AIA Associate
Lev Gloster graduated from School of Architecture in Kazan, Russia with a Master degree in 1976. Prior to
joining the company as an Senior Designer in 2008, he spent 3 years at Barnes Vanze Architects in Washington, DC.
Howard Cousin is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies. He has 30 years of experience, of which more than 17 of them has been with Hewitt-Washington & Associates.
Prior to joining the company in 1987 and returning in 2011, Cousin has provided knowledge of design and detail in project management, quality control, and construction administration for several construction companies and city municipalities. These companies include Doucette & Associated Contractors, Woodward Design + Build, Housing Authority of New Orleans, Caddmaxx Inc. and Merco Builders Center.
Kiley Lewis has over 17 years of architectural experience. She earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA. Her roles include project management, design, and coordinating the production and issuance of construction documents. In addition, she has been overseen construction administration. Kiley’s project portfolio includes institutional, commercial and retail work in Tennessee, Georgia, California and Louisiana.
Lauren Landry is a licensed architect with 26 years of experience in architectural design and project management. Project experience includes hospitality, retail and restaurant, educational, commercial, multi-family residential and industrial buildings. She earned a Bachelor and Masters of Architecture from Tulane University and a Bachelor of General Studies, Concentration in Urban Design from the University of New Orleans.
David Morris is a Bachelor of Architecture graduate of Cornell University with a Master’s of Architecture degree from The Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has been licensed in Architecture since 1984. He has experience in the design and construction of a wide range of building types, including education, laboratory facilities, sports centers, transportation infrastructure buildings, New Urbanism development in New Orleans, high-rise multi- family residential developments, and mixed use historic renovation tax credit developments.