Jan 23, 2013
DCI Engineers appointed Carey Goetz and Donald Tuttle shareholders and promoted Goetz to chief financial officer and Tuttle to principal in charge of business development. Both work in the Seattle office. Goetz has been DCI's controller for 2.5 years. He has more than 23 years of accounting experience, including ten years in the aerospace industry and work in the construction field. He is responsible for internal accounting and financing and maintaining strong relations with financial institutions, CPA firms, and legal advisors. Tuttle has been DCI's director of business development for three years. He has more than 25 years of experience and an extensive network in the A/E/C industry. Previously he was the CMO for Karlsberger Architects in Columbus, Ohio and director of business development and marketing at MulvannyG2 Architecture in Bellevue. He will help position the firm's seven offices locally, regionally and nationally, contribute to DCI's strategic direction and growth, and do client development. DCI is a civil and structural consulting engineering firm based in Seattle, with offices also in Spokane; Portland and Eugune, Ore.; San Diego and Irvine, Calif.; and Austin, Texas.
Swenson Say Faget hired structural engineer Pete Krebs in its Seattle office. He has experience in commercial, health care, hospitality and mixed-use projects that include Microsoft's Redmond Ridge and Skagit Valley Hospital. He will do project management, client development and design and analysis of concrete, steel, masonry and wood structures. He is working on the Fairfield Inn in The Dalles, Ore., and two local residential remodels. Swenson Say Faget is a structural engineering firm. It also has a Tacoma office.
Jan 16, 2013
Mithun promoted Jason Steiner, Lana Lisitsa and Marcy Good to associate principal. Steiner is director of digital design, guiding the visual design team in integrating digital modeling, performance analysis and visualization into projects. Lisitsa was project manager for parking and tenant improvements at Polyclinic Madison Center. Good is director of technology, shaping the IT organization and integrating systems with the merger of Mithun and San Francisco-based Daniel Solomon Design Partners. Mithun provides planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture and interior design.
Tacoma-based Helix Design Group hired Kevin Ireton and Matt Ebersole to the design staff, and Maryellen Hill and Katie Jennison to the administration staff. Helix provides architecture, interior design and graphic design.
Meng Analysis hired John Boatman as cost manager for estimating and analysis. He has 20 years of experience in construction. He will use his experience with USACE, GSA, K-12, higher education and public works clients. The Seattle-based firm provides quality and cost performance services, including value analysis, constructability reviews, commissioning, facility condition analysis and cost estimating.
LRS Architects promoted Janice Goo to senior associate and Jason Tand to associate. Goo joined the firm in 2003. She is an architect in the housing studio with a portfolio in hospitality, medical, commercial and retail. Tand joined the firm in 2006. His portfolio includes government, retail, mixed-use, office, housing, educational, industrial and recreational projects. LRS provides building design, tenant improvements and interior design. It has offices in Portland and Shanghai.
IA Interior Architects promoted Karen Dahlstrom and Josh Khanna to senior associate, and Patrick Chatfield to associate in the Seattle office. The global architectural firm focuses on interior architecture and workplace strategies.