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Jul 19, 2017

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Kranick

Choe

Phillips

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson promoted Kyle Phillips to senior associate and Senan Choe and Ed Kranick to associate in Seattle; Michael J. Kross and Ryan L. Keerns to associate in San Francisco; Amy Cha and Anthony Pregiato to associate in Philadelphia; and Jason Brody to associate in Pittsburgh. Phillips has shown design leadership in residential projects, including Kicking Horse cabin in Jackson Hole. Choe was project manager for the first Reformation Retail Store on Valencia Street in San Francisco. Kranick's worked on the Amazon “Spheres,” and led design and documentation for Expedia's Seattle campus exterior. Kross was project architect for Square and KKR, a global investment firm in San Francisco. Keerns was project manager for the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. Cha has focused on institutional and corporate facilities, including the Under Armour Campus in Baltimore. Pregiato has worked on university buildings, including New College House at the University of Pennsylvania. Brody was project architect for a global entertainment company's campus in Southern California.

Ankrom Moisan Architects

Stueve

Ankrom Moisan Architects hired Michael Stueve to the new job of principal for user experience strategy, focusing on corporate culture, brand stewardship and integration of technology into built environments. The architect, interior designer and brand strategist has over 25 years of experience. He owned SRM Architecture and Marketing in Portland, and designed the engineering headquarters for Nutanix Corp. in Seattle.






AHBL

Devore

Pflueger

Nason

Fierst

Kaul

Skipton

















In Seattle, AHBL promoted Craig Skipton to senior landscape project manager. In Tacoma, the firm promoted Kim Kaul to marketing and graphics manager, Bill Fierst, David Nason and Andy Pflueger to senior project manager and Garrett Devore to survey technician. AHBL provides civil and structural engineering, landscape architecture, community planning and land surveying, with offices also in Spokane and the Tri-Cities.







Rice Fergus Miller

Nelson

Umali

Rice Fergus Miller hired Jourdan Umali as an interior designer and Kurt Nelson as an architect. Umali will work on hospitality, senior housing and health care projects. Nelson will work on community and hospitality projects. The Bremerton-based firm provides architecture, interior design and planning.





DCI Engineers

Bish

In Seattle, DCI Engineers hired Stephen Bish as a CAD designer. Bish is trained in CAD and Revit, and supports residential, hospitality, commercial and mixed-use projects. DCI is a civil and structural engineering firm.






Parametrix

Dye

Parametrix hired Jeff Dye as a senior consultant. Dye has over 20 years of experience in civil engineering, project management, quality management and general management. He joins the environmental planning and compliance group in Seattle on the SR 520 bridge team. Parametrix provides services in transportation, natural resources, community building, water solutions, and environmental engineering and science.









WSP USA

Reed

Global engineering and professional services company WSP USA hired James Reed in Seattle as maritime manager for the Northwest, responsible for business development, client relations and managing projects. He has over 34 years of experience as a civil engineer and managing projects, construction, quality assurance/control and strategic assets.






Jul 12, 2017

Mackenzie

Hanson

Mackenzie promoted Brett Hanson to associate principal in Seattle. He is the architectural team leader and does business development. Hanson spent over 10 years in the Portland office, and has worked on public, commercial, retail, industrial and higher education projects, including Canby Police Station. The firm provides architecture and interior design; structural, civil and traffic engineering; land use and transportation planning; and landscape architecture.

Mithun

Hagen

Morar

McDowell

Bryan

Hefely

Kelly

Daggett

Cox

Araujo

Catron

In Seattle, Mithun promoted Allison Hefely, Amanda Bryan, Charles McDowell, Chelsey Morar, Emily Hagen, Gregory Catron, Jessica Araujo, Martha Cox, Rosalie Daggett and Seamus Kelly to associate. Mithun provides architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, urban design and planning.

Parametrix

Willis

Proctor

Parametrix hired Don Proctor as a senior engineer in the Seattle transportation group. In Portland, it hired John Willis as senior vice president of the Oregon Region. Proctor has over 25 years of civil engineering experience. He has worked on roadway, transit, school and drainage projects, including Glacier Peak High School. Willis will provide transportation leadership company-wide. He has over 20 years of experience in transportation engineering. He has worked on transit, urban corridor, aviation and maritime projects, including Seattle Central Waterfront. Parametrix provides services in transportation, natural resources, community building, water solutions, and environmental engineering and science.

SCJ Alliance

Mackay

In Seattle, SCJ Alliance hired Hailey Mackay as a landscape designer. Mackay has a master's in landscape architecture from the University of Washington and a bachelor's in fine arts from Western Washington University. SCJ provides civil engineering, transportation planning and design, landscape architecture, environmental and urban planning, and public outreach.

Helix Design Group

Bills

Terry Bills joined Helix Design Group in Tacoma as an architect/project manager. Bills has over 30 years of experience on school, civic, commercial, military, medical, entertainment, sports, fair, multifamily, industrial and transportation projects, and environmental and campus planning. Helix provides architecture, interior design and graphic design.

Arup

In Seattle, Arup promoted electrical engineer Cress Wakefield to associate. Arup provides planning, engineering, design and consulting services.

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