Sep 17, 2014
In the Seattle office, architecture and design firm Callison promoted to director Cindy Davis, Craig Dinkins, Paul Hjorten, Joseph Marek, Stefanie Means, David Peregoy, Janice Rodriguez and Lisa Tarner. Davis manages the global research and information center and the LEED certification process. She is a founding member of Architecture, Building Engineering, Construction & Design, a caucus affiliated with the Special Libraries Association. Dinkins has worked on retail projects for over three decades. He focuses on exterior detailing and project management. Hjorten does design and project management for stores, corporate offices, financial institutions, arts and entertainment, and industrial facilities, and has 20 years of industry experience. Marek is a senior project architect with more than 20 years at Callison. He works on corporate, residential, retail and high-tech projects. Means is an interior designer with more than 10 years in the industry. She focuses on retail. Peregoy has 10 years of experience and specializes in retail design. Rodriguez has 24 years of experience in mixed-use, commercial towers and retail centers. Tarner concentrates on specialty retail and roll-out retail programs.
Haley Lane and Richard “Rusty” Roberts joined The Glosten Associates as writers supporting engineers in research, specifications development and report production, and supporting technical publishing, proposal development and social media communications as part of a new communications group. Lane holds a bachelor's in environmental science and natural resource management from University of Washington and was a UW research assistant. Roberts holds bachelor's in natural and mathematical sciences from Whitman College, and in materials science and engineering from Columbia University. Seattle-based Glosten provides naval architecture and ocean, marine and electrical engineering.
Elliott Bay Design Group hired marine engineers William (Bill) Summers in its New Orleans office and Eileen Tausch in Seattle. Summers has more than three decades in the offshore and oilfield industry, including marine engineering vessel modifications and new vessel operations. Tausch holds a bachelor's in naval architecture from University of Michigan. She was an intern at EBDG's Seattle office and helped work on a multipurpose supply vessel. EBDG provides naval architecture, marine engineering and production support services. It also has an office in Ketchikan.
Professional Service Industries appointed Bret Reid as principal consultant for construction services in Tacoma. Reid has about 16 years of experience in quality assurance testing and inspection in the field and lab. The firm provides environmental engineering and testing, and is based in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.
Sep 10, 2014
The Edmonds office of Landau Associates promoted Allan Barton to GIS analyst and Eric Zick to CAD/GIS technician, Steven Shaw to project geologist, Chad McMullen to senior engineer and Kenneth Reid to senior geologist. The Tacoma office promoted Benjamin Lee to senior staff engineer. In Portland Heather Nielsen was promoted to project geologist and Erin Waibel to assistant geologist. Barton does cartographic production and geographic data analysis. Zick communicates with internal clients. Shaw specializes in sediment characterization and remediation. McMullen works in the geotechnical group. Reid develops and manages complex site investigations and trains junior staff. Lee does groundwater flow modeling and hydrogeologic field work. Nielsen does environmental due diligence, including hazardous building materials surveys. Waibel does environmental site assessments and operations, and maintenance support on remediation projects. Edmonds-based Landau Associates provides geotechnical and environmental engineering, remediation, permitting and compliance services.
Lochner hired Aaron Butters and Mark Burrus as senior project managers in the Bellevue office. Butters will work with local agency clients on program management, federal aid and funding advisory services. Butters was with the Washington State Department of Transportation for 30 years in program development and program management. Burrus leads transportation engineering projects at Lochner and growth initiatives in the Northwest region. He also mentors junior engineers on project management and complex projects. Burrus has 16 years of experience in transportation design. Chicago-based Lochner is a transportation and infrastructure company, with offices across the United States, including in Bellevue and Lacey.
Jacobs Associates promoted Rick Smith to senior associate in Seattle. Smith has 27 years of geotechnical engineering experience for heavy civil design and construction. He has worked on underground projects in Seattle, including the Brightwater conveyance system and University Link Light Rail. He is working on the Rainier Valley wet weather storage project in Seattle. Jacobs Associates provides services for underground projects and in water, wastewater and transportation sectors, with offices in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Parsons named Michael Cotten senior project manager in the Seattle office. He is an engineer and will focus on large infrastructure projects in the Northwest. Cotten worked with Washington State Department of Transportation for 30 years, most recently as assistant regional administrator for the Northwest. He worked on highway projects in King and Snohomish counties, and Link light rail. Parsons works in the engineering, construction, technical and professional services industries.