June 2013 / News

Nolan earns NCIDQ certificate

Published June 28, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Sarah Nolan recently passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Examination and earned her NCIDQ Certificate.

The practice-based NCIDQ Examination is a rigorous three-part examination covering programming, schematic design, design development, contract documents, contract administration, and professional practice, among other related topics such as codes, sustainability and universal design. By passing the examination and earning her NCIDQ Certificate, Nolan has demonstrated that she possesses the skills and knowledge required to practice interior design in North America.

Nolan joined Kuhn Riddle in 2008 and is currently the interior designer for a number of projects in the office, including New England Public Radio’s new headquarters and renovations to several buildings on the American International College campus. She has experience with designing interior environments for educational, corporate, civic, and residential clients.

Nolan received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Pratt Institute, where she received the Academic Achievement Award for Interior Design and ASID’s Education Legacy Fund Scholarship.