Jul 23, 2014
Bellevue-based Core Design hired David A. Peebler as senior project surveyor. Peebler has 27 years of experience and will work on large single-family projects and topographic surveys. Core Design is a civil engineering, planning, surveying, landscape architecture and urban design firm.
Architect Brett Hanson is now architectural team leader in the Seattle office of Mackenzie and will do business development. Hanson has 10 years in Mackenzie's Portland office, where he worked on public projects including the Vancouver Police East Precinct and Keizer City Hall and Police Station in Oregon. He has experience in commercial, retail, industrial and higher education projects in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. He will work on growing Mackenzie's Seattle office, with office, retail, mixed-use, industrial and public projects. Mackenzie provides architecture and interior design; structural, civil, and traffic engineering; land use and transportation planning; and landscape architecture.
Yost Grube Hall Architecture hired Miguel Hidalgo as a senior project architect and Bob Zimmerman as a senior project manager. Hidalgo, an architect, has 13 years of experience in Oregon and Virginia. He has done higher education, civic, government, multifamily and private sector work. Zimmerman has over 30 years of experience leading projects. He has worked on institutional and planning projects for health care, education, civic, corporate and private developer clients. YGH provides planning, architecture and interior design.
Landau Associates hired Craig Jordan as a project geotechnical engineer, Beth Roberts as a project coordinator and Ben Ford as a staff geotechnical engineer in Olympia. Jordan holds a master's and bachelor's of science in civil engineering from Washington State University. Roberts has five years of experience in office administration and holds a bachelor's in geology from Western Washington University. Ford has a bachelor's in civil engineering from Saint Martin's University and is an engineer-in-training in Washington. Edmonds-based Landau Associates provides geotechnical and environmental engineering, remediation, permitting and compliance services.
In the Spokane office, Integrus Architecture hired Jason Bond and Renae Webster as an intern architects, Sheila Gates-Ping as a job captain and Kathy McCarron as bookkeeper. Bond holds a bachelor's in design from the University of Florida and is working with the government group. Webster holds a bachelor's in technology with an architecture major from Bowling Green State University and a master's in architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She is working with the commercial and civic groups. Gates-Ping holds master's and bachelor's degrees in architecture from University of Idaho, and is working with the higher education group. McCarron has 20 years in the administrative field, six in accounting. Integrus provides architectural, planning, interior design, structural engineering and security design services.
Jul 16, 2014
Seattle-based Caron Architecture hired Brian Kim, Donnie North, Yoriko Endo and Amanda Black as project managers, Marc Aubin as a project designer, Kusi Chaijumroonpun and Laura Uskevich as associates, and Mindi Caulley as an interior designer. Kim is a project manager with 20 years of experience in project management and construction administration on public works, residential and office developments. He is working on a mid-rise, mixed-use development in Seattle near Rainier Valley. North, an architect, has over 20 years of experience in multifamily and retail projects. She is managing a 90-unit townhome in Issaquah. Endo has a background in multifamily, medical and educational facilities, with work that includes Library Place Apartments, Veer Lofts and UW Medical Center. She is working on a 56-unit development on Capitol Hill. Black has designed and managed multifamily and residential projects for seven years, and is working on a 50-unit efficiency apartment in Ballard and a live/work project at Yesler and 17th Avenue. Aubin has regional and international public works, medical, commercial and mixed-use experience. He is designing a mid-rise mixed-use multifamily project with retail. Chaijumroonpun has been in the municipal, hospitality, multifamily and retail and office industries for over 15 years. Her work includes Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Lake Tahoe and high rises in Thailand. She is working on multifamily urban infill. Uskevich holds a master of architecture degree from Washington State University. She is providing support on urban infill multifamily and commercial office developments, including a 150-unit mixed-use development in Rainier Vista. Caulley comes from a medical, higher education and retail background. She is working on tenant improvements, including First Western Properties' office building in Kirkland. Caron provides architecture, interior design and planning for regional and international clients.
Hewitt promoted Susan Busch to senior associate and Scott Rosenstock to associate. It hired Douglas Blair as finance and operations director, Alison Boscolo as a graphic designer, Nancy Chan as a landscape architecture staff member, Linda Mallin as a project manager, and Reese Cowan Stewart as a landscape architect. Busch managed Green Lake Village, a full-block mixed-use complex. She is managing Excelsior on Capitol Hill and the Third Avenue Transit Corridor. Rosenstock is working on four Capitol Hill projects, and was landscape architecture lead on Green Lake Village. Blair has more than 25 years of experience with organizational performance, and was business manager at Bassetti Architects. Boscolo has 10 years of experience in graphic design and art direction. She will support project graphics. Chan holds a master's in landscape architecture from the University of Washington and will be on the Third Avenue team. Mallin joins the transit studio and brings 25 years of experience managing institutional, faith, residential and commercial projects. Cowan Stewart has 12 years of experience and will contribute to Eleanor in Roosevelt as well as 8th & Republican and Block 44 in South Lake Union. Hewitt is a Seattle-based architecture, landscape architecture and urban design firm.
Trindera Engineering hired Scott Jacobson as an electrical project engineer and Andy Nebrigich as finance coordinator. Jacobson has experience in electrical power design and drafting, and lighting designs and control systems. He was an electrical engineer with DEI Electrical Consultants. Nebrigich has an accounting degree from Lewis-Clark State College. He was an accountant with Global Drug Testing Labs. Trindera is an electrical and control systems engineering and consulting firm, with offices in Spokane and in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Steele Fitzloff of Bernardo|Wills Architects of Spokane passed the state landscape architect registration exam to become a licensed landscape architect. He is working on the University of Idaho gateway and traffic calming projects. The firm provides architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and master planning.
Al Westerman was named a port/maritime security specialist in the Tampa office of the infrastructure consulting, engineering and construction management firm. He will provide maritime security consulting at ports. He has over 38 years of experience with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the U.S. Secret Service.
Michael Malloy joined the Albuquerque office as Southwest regional director of transportation. He has 44-plus years of experience in engineering, including civil, transportation, water, wastewater and environmental projects, as well as Native American projects. WHPacific provides transportation, water/environment, development/facilities, energy, construction/project management, and surveying and scanning services.