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April 28, 2014
SEATTLE — Robert Hale, a partner in Kovalenko Hale Architects, has closed his Seattle firm and joined Rolluda Architects.
Doug Schoolcraft, formerly with Kovalenko Hale, also joined Seattle-based Rolluda and will provide technical support.
Robert Kovalenko, the other Kovalenko Hale partner, retired earlier this year.
The firms have worked together on housing and mixed-use projects over the years.
Rolluda Architects was established in 2002. It works on community, mixed-use, housing, public, educational, government and industrial projects. The firm now has a staff of 17.
Kovalenko Hale was founded in 1976. It specialized in mixed-use, housing, historic preservation and restoration, and institutional residence hall projects.
Rolluda is at 105 S. Main St. in Pioneer Square.comments powered by Disqus