HFA’s Aksel Solberg Receives “20 Under 40” Award From ICSC

“Aksel exemplifies those leadership qualities through innovation and ability to offer creative solutions along with his relentless energy in seeing retail design projects through to completion.” said Lou Allevato, AIA, Vice President of Design at HFA.

FRANKLIN, Mass.

The ICSC “20 Under 40” awards program recognizes young architects and retail industry leaders who exhibit leadership to their firms and communities.

“Aksel exemplifies those leadership qualities through innovation and ability to offer creative solutions along with his relentless energy in seeing retail design projects through to completion.” said Lou Allevato, AIA, Vice President of Design at HFA. “He approaches each project with specific goals and objectives in mind for creating comprehensive designs of which both clients and designers can be proud.”

Aksel is a Project Manager at HFA’s Boston office and has over nine years experience. His retail architecture experience includes the recently completed Outlets of Des Moines project and The Point in Littleton, Massachusetts, plus the successful Outlets of Little Rock. Aksel holds a Bachelors and Masters in Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA.

The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) represents the global retail real estate industry with over 70,000 members. ICSC is recognized for the integral role it plays in social, civic and economic vibrancy of communities across the globe.

About HFA

HFA has grown to a multi−disciplinary design firm with more than 225 employees and offices in Bentonville, AR, Boston, MA; Fort Worth, TX; and Mexico City, MX. HFA provides Architecture, Interior Design, MEP Engineering, Fire Protection, Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture services nationwide. The firm has participated in projects nationwide and holds professional licenses in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Mexico.

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