Oct 19, 2016
In Honolulu, Hawaii, Hart Crowser hired Tim (Xiaobin) Lin as an associate geotechnical engineer. In Portland, it hired Adam Jones as an engineering geologist. In Seattle, it hired Michael Chamberlain and Andrew Makdisi as geotechnical engineers and promoted Angie Goodwin to associate hydrogeologist. In Edmonds, it hired Stephanie Bonnington as a project assistant and promoted Jason Stutes to senior associate and Michelle Havey to associate. Lin has 17 years of experience in geotechnical investigation and design for waterfront structures, bridges, highways, high-rise buildings and landslide/rockfall projects. His clients include the Navy and Hawaii Department of Transportation. Jones has eight years of experience on dams, reservoirs and geologic hazards such as rockfall. He is working on landslide, levee and fish habitat restoration in Pacific County. Chamberlain holds a master's in geosystems engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is doing computer modeling for the seismic retrofit of an historic firehouse in Portland. Makdisi was a geotechnical engineering intern at Hart Crowser and holds a master's in civil engineering from the University of Washington. He does computer modeling for geotechnical earthquake engineering applications. Goodwin has been with Hart Crowser for 10 years, supporting projects involving water resources, environmental hydrogeology, remediation, property due diligence/redevelopment, and groundwater computer modeling. She helped develop an emergency water supply well for Seattle Children's Hospital. Bonnington was an executive business administrator for Microsoft. She will use her writing, editing and organizational skills to support the natural resources group. Stutes is a marine ecologist with a Ph.D. He has been with the firm for 10 years, specializing in eelgrass and other submerged aquatic vegetation, which are essential for juvenile migratory fish. He supports projects that combine environmental remediation with habitat restoration. Havey is a fisheries biologist with 13 years of experience in salmon ecology and habitat assessment. She has been with the firm for eight years working on ecological assessments of former mine sites, ecological baseline studies for mining and gas pipeline projects, and habitat monitoring of restoration projects. Hart Crowser is a 110-person engineering, science and consulting firm headquartered in Seattle.
In Kirkland, Freiheit & Ho Architects hired Mike Miranda as a project manager, Nellie Im as an interior designer and Rae Hauff, Joshua Thomas and Wilbur Holt as architectural designers. Miranda has eight years of experience and is working on Kin On Assisted Living. Im has six years of experience on retail and hospitality projects. She is working on interiors packages for dental practices. Hauff, Thomas and Holt hold masters of architecture degrees from Kansas State University, Washington State University and North Dakota State University, respectively. They are working on tenant improvements and restaurants. Freiheit & Ho is a commercial architecture and interior design firm.
Mitch Price joined Tetra Tech's Seattle office as a senior hydraulic engineering program manager. He has 22 years of experience in hydrology and hydraulics, geomorphology, sediment transport and river mechanics. His modeling and design experience has ranged from small streams to large complex river systems. Tetra Tech provides consulting and engineering services, with 16,000 staff worldwide.
Austin Miles joined HKP Architects as an intern architect. Miles holds bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture from Washington State University. He is working on projects at Bellingham Technical College and Whatcom Community College. HKP is an architecture and design firm with offices in Mount Vernon and Seattle.
Oct 12, 2016
In Seattle, global design firm B+H Architects hired Eva Talbot as a senior architectural designer. Talbot has over 10 years of experience as a project designer on high-rise, mixed-use, multifamily and transit projects. At B+H, she will do planning and design work. Seattle projects on which she has worked include the 2nd & Stewart residential tower, 12th & Jackson mixed-use and Dimension. She was a senior associate at Hewitt in Seattle.
Everett-based Reid Middleton named Don Barclay as airport group director. Barclay has 31 years of industry experience, including 27 with Reid Middleton. He will lead the airport group and grow the practice. He is working on projects at William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles and Sanderson Field in Shelton. Reid Middleton provides civil and structural engineering, planning and surveying services.
In Seattle, Integrus Architecture hired Karren Eckwortzel as human resources director, Jessica Hardin as an interior designer, Celeste Meneses as a project designer, May Ruiz as a marketing coordinator, Wendy Tieu as an engineer-in-training, Sara Wilder as a project manager, and Adam Donovan, Sarah Pranoto and Richard H. Wilson as intern architects. Eckwortzel holds a degree in business management from Western Governors University and two senior-level HR certifications. Hardin is working in the PK-12 projects group. Meneses has a background in archaeological scientific illustration, and commercial and residential architecture, and is doing PK-12 projects. Ruiz has experience in hospitality, technology and nonprofit work, and is on the business development and marketing team. Tieu holds bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from the University of Washington. She works in the structural group. Wilder is working on PK-12 projects. Donovan has a background in the science and technology, health care and residential sectors, and is working on PK-12 projects. Pranoto holds a bachelor of engineering in architecture from Parahyangan Catholic University in Bandung-Indonesia and a master of architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. She is working on PK-12 projects. Wilson holds a bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Idaho and a master of architecture degree from the University of Oregon's Portland Urban Architecture Studio. He is working on education projects. Integrus provides architectural, structural engineering, interior design and security design services.
In Salem, Oregon, West Consultants hired Robert Predosa as a staff engineer. In Bellevue, it hired Katie Messick as a geographic information systems specialist and Shelby Fowler as a hydraulic engineer. In San Diego, California, it hired Filippo Bressan as a senior hydraulic engineer. Predosa holds a master's in water resources engineering from Oregon State University. At West, he has mapped a floodplain at Cowiche Creek in Yakima County. Messick has 16 years of experience in hydraulics, hydrology, two years as a GIS specialist, and background as a botanist and field ecologist. At West, she worked on flood protection for Montesano. Fowler has five years of experience conducting hydrologic, hydraulic and coastal studies, and has worked for the Corps of Engineers. At West, he evaluated the effects of a bridge replacement in the Skagit River Valley for BNSF Railway Co. Bressan has over nine years of experience in hydraulic and water resources engineering, and has designed HEC-RAS hydraulic and sediment transport models to assess impacts of hydropower dams. He has worked on the Imperial County Hydrology Manual at West.