FBT Architects is pleased to announce Sanjay Engineer’s promotion to Vice President, supporting the firm’s continued growth and innovation across the southwest. A 26-year industry veteran, his expanded role comes on the heels of continued firm success in communities across the Southwest including Farmington and the Four-Corners area, the Jicarilla Apache Nation, Colorado and Texas.
FBT President Art Tatum notes “Sanjay’s sustained commitment to this company has opened up many avenues for us as a firm. He has been a key part of our recent achievements, and his transition to Vice President gives us even greater capacity to accommodate growth, expand our operational knowledge and amplify our firm’s strengths. I have worked with Sanjay for over 25 years and he’s always been an outstanding contributor at FBT, making decisions that are best for the firm. I can’t wait to see where we go from here,” said Tatum.
Sanjay’s expanded role includes organizational responsibilities and business development with a focus on expanding into new markets. He will also continue to lead teams and multi-disciplinary architectural projects throughout the southwest.
Sanjay’s tenure at FBT started in 1992 and is marked by firm partnership, helping to grow the firm into new regions and markets, LEED accreditation and multiple project awards. “I am truly honored by this opportunity and couldn’t ask for a better group of people to work with,” says Sanjay.
Widely respected for its thoughtful design and service-oriented approach, FBT Architects is responsible for many prominent projects across the southwest. Notable Albuquerque projects include Sandia Hotel & Casino, Atrisco Heritage Academy, Sun Healthcare Corporate Campus, the recently completed UNM McKinnon Center at Anderson School and an upcoming mixed-use project in Downtown Albuquerque, Elevate @ Lomas + Third. “This is an exciting time for our firm,” adds Art Tatum, “our continued innovation and growth necessitates adaptive leadership to remain competitive within our market. I think the best kind of leadership is collaborative and will position us for even greater success.”