Bob Stevens, P.E., LEED AP
Principal Bob Stevens has been working in engineering, construction, and project management for over 20 years. His work has included all aspects of civil and structural engineering as well as landscape design and urban planning. Bob is particularly adept at assessing historic structures and renovating them in a manner that improves structural integrity while remaining sympathetic to their historic status. This interest blends well with his passion for traditional neighborhood design and traditional architectural design. A LEED-accredited professional, Bob enjoys the challenge of bringing new life and better environmental performance to historic structures.
Brud Sanderson, a principal at Stevens & Associates, has a strong knowledge of structural design, environmental and civil engineering, and construction administration. Brud’s experience includes site planning, roadway design, sewer and water system design, and drainage and grading design. His recent projects have included everything from site design of multifamily, affordable housing developments and a high-tech industrial business campus to construction review for a mountain resort. Brud also performs structural assessments of historic buildings, and has been involved in the renovation of several buildings damaged by fire.
Alan Lindsay Berry, AIA
Alan Berry’s career has emphasized a comprehensive approach to architectural design with a sensitive concern for a project’s historical, cultural, and environmental context. His projects have focused on historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and sustainable design, and have included a variety of building types from residential to liturgical spaces, the redevelopment of mill buildings, and design for institutional facilities. Alan strives to build upon the knowledge of our predecessors, merging a vernacular aesthetic with modern technology, as we face the economic and environmental challenges of our times.
Denny Frehsee has a 40-year background in the field of building design and construction. His experience working on multifamily residential projects includes affordable housing, senior housing, and historic preservation. His career has emphasized the building science aspects of construction, project cost estimating, and project feasibility analysis. As a founding partner of the architecture and building firm Williams & Frehsee, Inc., Denny oversaw the design, project management, construction management, and served as partner-in-charge for 27 housing projects, which included 600 affordable housing units in approximately 75 different buildings. These projects included the renovation of historic residential buildings, restoration of fire damaged downtown buildings, as well as the new construction of multi-family apartment buildings.
Frank Balla is a designer and project manager with nearly 30 years of experience designing and constructingbuildings. His work has included single- and multi-family residential projects, affordable housing, and hospitality and institutional projects. Frank excels at project management, orchestrating a design team to seamlessly provide responses to a client’s needs. He works closely with clients to think through their goals for a project, and consistently checks in with them during design to ensure the project is meeting their needs. He is currently pursuing his architecture license.
Steve Jarosak brings fifteen years of experience in the architecture and construction field to his work at Stevens & Associates. His work includes drafting and design as well as CAD and IT management. Before coming to Stevens & Associates, Steve worked at Williams & Frehsee in Brattleboro and DVA Architects in Maryland.
Timberly Hund, Assoc. AIA
After earning her degree from the Savannah College of Art & Design, Timberly freelanced as a designer, working in inns, homes, offices, and commercial interiors. Currently pursuing her architecture license, her work at Stevens & Associates includes architectural design and drafting as well as product research. Her current projects include the Brooks House and Main Street Arts.
Cory Frehsee has civil engineering experience that includes site planning as well as the design of drainage systems, municipal water and sewer systems, subdivisions, and roadways. He has particular expertise in grading, drainage, and erosion control measures. As a project manager and principal at Stevens & Associates, his responsibilities include preparing contract documents for bid, construction administration, and procuring various state and local permits for many large projects.
As a landscape architect and project manager, Adam Hubbard has been involved in land development efforts ranging from site design for single buildings to master plans for campuses and communities, and have included feasibility studies, environmental permitting, and landscape design. Common themes in Adam’s work include sustainable design goals, smart growth principles, and a holistic approach to community development. Prior to joining Stevens & Associates, Adam was a vice president of a landscape design and contracting company in the Brattleboro area. While there, he was responsible for all aspects of business management, including financial growth, human resources, and project execution.
John Saydek, RLA
John Saydek has spent over three decades working with planning, design, and engineering firms in Colorado, Massachusetts, and Vermont. John has over 35 years of experience as a Landscape Architect, Site Planner, and Project Manager. He takes a very creative approach to design and has a very practical attitude toward project management and construction.
Paula Green, RLA, ASLA
A registered landscape architect, Paula’s 25-year career has crossed the boundary between
that discipline and civil engineering design. Her work has included low-impact development, historic landscape restoration and design, streetscapes, stormwater treatment, and other disciplines across a variety of project types. Paula’s work focuses on creating outstanding public spaces that support and enhance the built environment, particularly in historic settings.
Tom Jandernoa brings a passion for regenerative and ecological design, food security, and sustainable development to his work at Stevens & Associates. Trained at the nearby Conway
School of Landscape Design, he has experience designing and maintaining edible landscapes as well as planning residential and institutional landscapes of various scales. In his current role, participates in landscape design, rendering, and plan development. Tom also uses his background in graphic design to support the staff with graphics development of all sorts, from marketing materials to public project presentations.
Marketing director Allyson Wendt comes to Stevens & Associates from a varied work background that includes journalism, teaching, and even circus experience. Previously the managing editor of Environmental Building News, Allyson is a champion for sustainability in building and community design as well as office operations. In her current role, she is responsible for the firm’s marketing materials, including the website, project sheets, proposals, and brochures. She also assists in the administration of the firm, and coordinates continuing education events.
Julia von Ranson
Julia brings a long history of administrative work, a degree in Library & Information Sciences and a certificate in Non Profit Management to her role as the Executive Assistant at Stevens & Associates. Her work includes office oversight, budget management, human resources, and a wide array of other tasks. Julia enjoys being active in local government and serves on her town’s Development Review Board and is Assistant Town Clerk.