Chicago’s Perkins&Will makes two leadership moves

Chicago architecture and design firm Perkins&Will has promoted Mike Reinhart to practice leader for corporate interiors and Brent Ross to practice leader for sports, recreation and entertainment.

Reinhart succeeds Fred Schmidt, who continues as global practice leader, corporate interiors. Ross succeeds Lindsey Peckinpaugh, who was named managing director of the Chicago Studio last year.

Reinhart jointed Perkins&Will in 1997. He has been involved in some of the firm’s largest corporate headquarters and trading firm projects, including Constellation Brands, KPMG Ignition, Aspen Dental, Sterling Bay, Skender and IMC.

Ross has played a central role in building Perkins&Will’s sports, recreation and entertainment practice. He joined the firm in 2017 through the merger with Sink Combs Dethlefs. His project work includes the Community Recreation Center for the Park District of Oak Park, Rolfs Athletics Hall and Track & Field Stadium for the University of Notre Dame and the West Lafayette Wellness Cnter for the City of West Lafayette, Indiana.