Henderson, Nev – TSK Architects is proud to announce the recent promotions of project architects Robert Hersh and Jeffrey Sarmiento to associates within the Henderson based firm. Hersh holds experience with K-12, higher education, retail, mixed-use, religious structures, and large-scale hospitality projects. Sarmiento’s expertise includes, K-12, higher education, federal government, and hospitality facility projects.
“We are excited to celebrate the promotion of both Robert and Jeffrey,” said Windom Kimsey, president & CEO of TSK Architects. “These two architects have proven themselves as masters of the trade and we have the distinct delight in honoring their achievements with this promotion. I look forward to watching TSK reach new heights under the continued track record of success held by both Robert and Jeffrey.”
Hersh has been with TSK since 2015. Career projects include the new Kirk Kerkorian Medical Education Building for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Desert Diamonds Baseball Complex at Mountain’s Edge Regional Park in Clark County; Earl N. Jenkins Elementary School, a prototype re-site for the Clark County School District; and the Clark County Regional Justice Center Complex Litigation Courtroom Conversion in Downtown Las Vegas.
As a member of the TSK team for six years, Sarmiento is a valued member of TSK’s federal market where he is working on General Services Administration projects such as
the Kalaeloa Hangar in Kapolei, HI; Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Federal Building ICE Office of the Principal Legal Advisor and Enforcement and Removal Operations Tenant Improvements in Honolulu, HI; and the Sandra Day O’Connor Court House in Phoenix, AZ.