Renee Cruse Joins Hamilton Anderson Associates


Published:

photo courtesy hamilton anderson associates

Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA), a Detroit-based multidisciplinary design firm, today
announced the hiring of Renee Cruse as director of interiors, where she will be responsible for
overseeing the firm’s current interior design projects and expansion of the firm’s interior design
presence.

Before joining HAA, Cruse spent more than 25 years as lead interior designer at the University
of Michigan. She served as project manager for projects such as the North Quad and East Quad
dormitories, the College of Engineering’s Beyster building, and more.

“Bringing in Cruse to fill this role is a huge win for the firm as we continue to see employee and
new project growth this year,” says Rainy Hamilton Jr., founder and CEO of HAA. “Her unique
perspective and approach to interior design will have a significant impact on our firm. She will
be a vital player to help HAA’s leadership team continue to advance its expertise in all
disciplines of design, while also helping to open up new opportunities to grow the firm.”

Cruse, who is a member of the International Interior Design Association, says that having the
opportunity to use her skills in Detroit made the position very attractive.

“Joining Hamilton Anderson Associates allows me to play a role in revitalizing Detroit using
creative design – two of my passion areas,” she adds. “HAA’s involvement in projects like Brush
Park, Paradise Valley, and Orleans Landing provides an incredible opportunity for me, and I look
forward to using my experiences in working on similar projects to help make a huge impact in
Detroit.”

Cruse earned a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Eastern Michigan University.

Edit Module
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Articles

The Scott at Brush Park Receives 2 National Awards

The Scott at Brush Park, a Broder and Sachse Real Estate apartment building in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, has earned a gold award for development and design regarding community impact from Multi-Housing News, a real estate magazine, and an additional silver award for best development from Commercial Property Executives, a commercial real estate resources for executives and companies.

Patricia Swanson Named Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Walsh College

Patricia Swanson has been appointed as vice president and chief marketing and enrollment officer for Walsh College in Troy.

Justice Maura Corrigan Joins Butzel Long as Counsel

Detroit-based law firm Butzel Long has added Maura Corrigan to their firm as counsel.

Concorde Holdings Adds 3 to Leadership Team

Concorde Holdings, a Livonia-based financial services firm, has appointed Danielle Kammeyer, Greg Johnson, and Tracy Anton to their leadership team.

Square One Education Adds Two to Leadership Team

Square One Education Network, a Detroit nonprofit that focuses on teacher-student learning experiences, has named Dan DuBois as CEO and Barb Land as COO.
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular

  1. Plum Market Comes to Oakland University in Fall 2018
    Oakland University (OU) in Auburn Hill will open a Plum Market on campus in the renovated Oakland...
  2. Indiana-Based AM General Opens Technology and Engineering Center in Auburn Hills
    South Bend, Indiana-based global mobility solutions provider AM General today announced it has...
  3. Clarkston’s Vertical Ski Drop Offers U.S.’s First Virtual Skiing Simulator
    Vertical Drop Ski Shop, a full-service ski retailer in Clarkston, now offers the SkyTechSport Ski...
  4. Burns and Wilcox in Farmington Hills Partners with Identity Theft Resource Center on Cyber Security
    Farmington Hills-based wholesale insurance broker and underwriting manager Burns and Wilcox today...
  5. Report: Michigan’s Automotive Industry Includes 2,200+ Facilities
    MICHauto, an economic development initiative of the Detroit Regional Chamber, has announced the...
  6. Bedrock Breaks Ground on $1B Hudson’s Development
    Bedrock Inc. today broke ground on a $1-billion mixed-use development on the site of the former...