Cini-Little Makes Key Hire, Adds Orlando Espinosa As V.P. Of Design
Cini-Little, the international foodservice, laundry and waste management consulting firm, has added industry veteran Orlando Espinosa as Vice President of Design. Espinosa, who brings more than 40 years of experience to the firm, will focus on project management and staff development and mentoring.
“Orlando brings a broad spectrum of foodservice consulting experience to our organization,” says Dick Eisenbarth, Cini-Little’s president/COO. “His commitment to high-performance team building, client satisfaction, and quality design will help us continue to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the foodservice industry.”
As part of the transition, Espinosa will close his firm, Orlando Espinosa Associates, on January 1. Prior to opening OEA, he was v.p.-design for Aramark Corp., managing more than 100 employees through its in-house design division, and handling over $300 million in projects. His background includes architectural, interior and foodservice design in the educational, sports and entertainment, business, and healthcare sectors. Espinosa is active in SportAccord and NAFEM, as well as part of the academic team teaching the “Foodservice Design Boot Camp.”
Espinosa will remained based in Philadelphia, providing Cini-Little the opportunity to establish a permanent presence there and expand its reach to clients in the Mid-Atlantic region. The firm, which services customers in the corporate, healthcare, higher ed, hospitality and leisure, retail and entertainment, and sports and public assembly markets, also has offices in Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Ft. Lauderdale, New York, London, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, and Toronto, and affiliated offices in Tokyo and Sydney.