2 Senior Project Managers Join Cini-Little Int’l.

The hires expand the foodservice design consultancy’s services into Denver and Tampa, Fla.

From left to right: Jamison Day and Nick Morales. Photos courtesy of Cini-Little Int’l.

Foodservice design consultancy Cini-Little Int’l. has welcomed two senior project managers to its team.

Jamison Day, based in the Denver area, brings over 10 years of foodservice design experience to every project. With a culinary arts background and extensive experience in AutoCAD and Revit, Day provides a high level of detail to every facet of the design process. Day’s portfolio includes projects in varying scope and size within all market segments.

Out of Tampa, Fla., Nick Morales’s extensive project experience includes over 20 years of design in all market sectors. Prior to becoming a design consultant, Morales spent many years in custom fabrication within the foodservice industry. He believes project team collaboration is the key to a positive project outcome, Cini-Little says in the announcement. His ability to integrate creative yet flexible design solutions with precise attention to detail ensures success for each client.





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