Oct 01, 2014
SRG Partnership hired Asayo Shioiri in the Seattle office. In Portland, it hired Eric A. Wilcox as a senior associate, and Phillip Lopez and Jessica Mistretta as associates. Shioiri has a 14-year portfolio of public education, civic and commercial projects. Wilcox has 35 years of experience across the region and in Alaska on civic, education and multifamily projects. Lopez has eight years of experience on large-scale, international government projects. Mistretta is an interior designer who has worked on health care projects for more than eight years, from outpatient clinics to medical complexes. SRG provides programming, planning, architecture and interior design.
Wood Harbinger promoted Doug Bussard to chief operating officer, Bruce Alward to executive vice president, Bill States to industrial systems market leader, Erik Larson to vice president of industrial systems, and Mohammed Haq, Sean Bollen and Jeff Yirak to associate principal. Bussard has been with the firm for nearly 10 years and has 30 years of experience in electrical utilities infrastructure and operation. Alward will also be vice president of electrical engineering. He has been with the firm for nearly 15 years and has 35 years of experience, including in the electrical system field and in health care. States is also corporate vice president focused on business development and key client management. He has 11 years with Wood Harbinger and over 37 years in the industry. Larson leads aviation and manufacturing facility work. He has been with Wood Harbinger for nearly 14 years and has 23 years in the industry as a mechanical and fire protection engineer. Haq will be involved in management and leadership in the mechanical/industrial practice. He has been with Wood Harbinger for eight years. Bollen will be involved in management and leadership in the electrical practice. He has 20 years with the firm, with experience in educational, military, and municipal electrical design. Yirak will be involved in management and leadership in the commissioning practice. He is an industry presenter and author.
Aegis Engineering hired Cameron Smith as a senior fire protection engineer. Smith has 18 years of experience in fire protection consulting, design and project management. Aegis provides fire protection engineering and building code consulting.
Sep 24, 2014
Notkin Mechanical Engineers hired David St. Martin as a project manager; David Mack, Jason Vermeer, Nick Weishaar and Ryan Carranco as mechanical designers; Bobbi Davies, Chris Fortier, Connie Santroch and Derek Huang as project engineers; Ken Hon as a CAD technician; and Ben Rock as an operations and marketing specialist. St. Martin was a civilian employee at Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest. He has a background in project and program management, facilities engineering and planning. Mack was a mechanical manufacturers representative. He is on engineering teams for Navy projects in Washington and New Jersey. Vermeer holds a mechanical engineering degree from Washington State University. He is supporting engineering teams for the Phase II UW Medical Center expansion. Weishaar holds a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Pensacola Christian College and was an intern at Notkin, working on Navy projects. Carranco holds a bachelor's in mechanical engineering technology from Montana State University. He has a background in plant equipment selection, utility tunnel piping systems, and boiler repairs. Davies has more than 30 years of experience, including designing projects for hospitals, central chiller and heating plants, and commercial and industrial properties. She is leading Notkin teams at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island and Naval Weapons Station Earle. Fortier has six years of experience designing industrial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and piping systems for wastewater and water treatment buildings and light commercial buildings. Fortier recently received his engineer's license. Santroch has returned to the firm with over 30 years of experience in HVAC, medical gas and direct digital controls systems for health care projects. She is working on projects for EvergreenHealth. Huang has 14 years of experience, including load calculations, mechanical system selections, ductwork and plumbing design, and HVAC energy efficiency. Huang is working on Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Hon has 27 years of experience as a CAD technician, including on contract to Notkin from 1993 to 2003. He is supporting health care and Navy teams. Rock has 10-plus years of editing experience. He worked in Nashville as communications coordinator with the National Health Care for the Homeless Council and as managing editor of magazines. Seattle-based Notkin provides analysis, design, and sustainability consulting services.
In its Spokane office, Trindera Engineering hired Samir Leon as a project engineer, Janell Schneiderman as a document control specialist and Scott Dehlbom as a designer. Leon has experience in automation of machinery and was an electrical engineer with ETS Automation. Schneiderman has over seven years of experience in document control. She was a field service agent at Northside Elite Field Services. Dehlbom has experience in design and layout of structures and mechanical equipment, IT support, and AutoCAD software support. He was a senior mechanical designer with FLSmidth in Spokane. Trindera is an electrical and control systems engineering and consulting firm, with an office also in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
In its Seattle office, architecture and design firm Callison promoted to associate principal Nora Bauser, Han Nan Beh, Ricardo Cervantes, Catherine Clark, Christopher Cooper, Trevor Cottell, Jason Cox, Joanna Coz-Perez, Robert Filary, Elizabeth Garza, Jennifer Hawkins, Annette Hillesland, Glen Huntley, Bridgette Hyde, Joshua Klein, Adrian Lam, Kate Lee, Pat Ly-Au Young, Matthew Marek, Arnold Ramoso, David Reeves, Alan Russo, Vanessa Ryan, Kara Schmidt, Ken Swoyer, Tom Thang, and Wayne Yancey. Also, it promoted Alyson Barham to key associate.
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.