Leading Architect in Campus Planning + Design, Alahe Aldo Joins Carrier Johnson + CULTURE

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Alahe Aldo, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm as Director of Higher Education, bringing to the position her extensive knowledge of campus planning as well as commercial and workplace architecture. With 30-plus years of experience in the field, Aldo has worked extensively with campuses across the northeastern United States, including Harvard University, MIT, and Boston College.

Over the last decade, Aldo has focused on creating exceptional academic spaces, with varied projects exemplifying the cutting edge of 21st-century trends in campus life and education delivery.  Most notable have been live-learn residence halls as well as flexible teaching spaces supporting emerging technology and pedagogical innovation throughout the Northeast.

“Alahe’s expertise in campus planning and her knowledge of new directions in learning will expand and complement Carrier Johnson + CULTURE’s deep portfolio of campus life and learning environments,“ says Michael Johnson, AIA, the firm’s design principal. “With her strong commitment to improving the quality of educational environments and her ease with complex institutional initiatives, Alahe will help us serve our clients better than ever.”

In her role as Director of Higher Education, Aldo will lead university and college projects for a variety of clients. “I’m thrilled to begin working with Carrier Johnson + CULTURE and their talented architects and designers,” says Aldo. “With their close-knit client relationships and exceptional design processes, it’s very satisfying to be part of the team.”