O’Connell Robertson Names Two New Associates

Austin and San Antonio, Texas — O’Connell Robertson recently named two new Associates: Jennifer Hoskins, IIDA, LEED AP, and Jayna Duke, RID, LEED AP ID+C. Both are in the Firm’s Interior Design department and serve clients in both the Austin and San Antonio offices.

A registered interior designer, Jennifer Hoskins leads O’Connell Robertson’s interiors team. She has more than 10 years of experience, all with O’Connell Robertson. Hoskins has worked on a variety of projects, but concentrates primarily on interior design for higher education and healthcare facilities. Representative projects include the new Texas Advanced Computing Center soon to open on The University of Texas J.J. Pickle Research campus; renovations to Moody Learning Center and the new Nursing & Allied Health facility on the San Antonio College campus; the new Rankin County replacement hospital in Rankin; and the Central Health Southeast Health and Wellness Clinic in Austin. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in interior design from Texas State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in government from The University of Texas at Austin. Hoskins is a member of the International Interior Design Association. Hoskins is also a LEED Accredited Professional.

Jayna Duke is also a registered interior designer and LEED Accredited Professional. She has eight years of experience and has been with O’Connell Robertson for eight years. Duke’s experience includes a variety of healthcare and educational projects, with emphasis on K-12 facilities. Projects include the new Success High School in Round Rock ISD; the new Newton Collins Elementary School now in design for Del Valle ISD; renovations and additions to Ogden Elementary School in San Antonio ISD; and the new Jarrell Middle School in Jarrell ISD. Duke earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Family & Consumer Science with a concentration in interior design from Texas State University.

“Our work is consistently enhanced by the expertise Jennifer and Jayna bring to the design process and the finished project, whether a learning, healing, or other environment.  Their commitment and contributions to projects have repeatedly earned recognition from clients, contractors, and other team members,” said Amy Jones, president of O’Connell Robertson. “We are excited to distinguish them for the positive impact they are having on our people and projects with the recognition as an Associate in the Firm.”