Senior Project Architect
Ruth Stadnik holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati.
Since joining Brawer & Hauptman in 2007, she has worked on a variety of projects including healthcare, educational and residential, many of which involved public funding.
Two of Ruth's current projects are the renovation of two synagogues: Temple Israel of New Rochelle and Temple Emanuel of Cherry Hill. She is also providing construction administration services for additions and renovations to Temple Emanuel Sinai in Worcester, MA.
Ruth's recently completed projects include the renovation of the Scranton Jewish Community Center, space planning for Jewish Federation's main offices in Philadelphia and a planning study for Federation's Mandell Campus in Melrose Park.
Ruth has been an active participant in the ACE Mentoring Program where she has led a number of projects involving inner city high school students.
Ruth lives with her family in Downingtown.
Stephanie Grannetino joined Brawer & Hauptman in 2010. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Philadelphia University where she won the AIA Henry Adams Award and the Faculty Award for Third Year Architecture.
She is currently working on a number of projects for Albert Einstein Healthcare Network including an imaging center in their satellite location in Northeast Philadelphia and a specialty care center in King of Prussia. She is working on the renovation of a 35,000 square foot historic bank building as a primary care center for Esperanza Health in North Philadelphia.
Stephanie recently participated in the Soak It Up competition that explored sustainable architectural solutions for rainwater management for urban farming in North Philadelphia.
Stephanie lives in Pottstown.