Apr 27, 2016
In Seattle, NAC Architecture promoted Brian Love and Melissa Holland to senior associate, and Chan Cheang to associate. In Spokane, NAC promoted Trish Buzan to principal, Brooke Hanley, Kelly Hendrickson and Ryan Palmquist to senior associate, and Nathan Hauber to associate. Love has over 10 years of experience as an architect. He is working on Hazel Wolf K-8 School in Seattle and the Vera Project, a music and arts space at Seattle Center, to create modular seating. Holland is an architect who has been with the firm 11 years. She is working on Renton Middle School. Cheang is an architect with experience overseas. He is working on Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie.
Buzan is technology director. She worked on integrating technology and connections among offices during mergers. Hanley is an architect who is working on North Central High School in Spokane. Hendrickson is an interior designer, with projects that include Salk Middle School in Spokane. Palmquist is a designer who is working on the Looff Carrousel in Spokane. Hauber is an electrical engineer, with projects that include University District Health Clinic in Spokane. NAC provides planning, design, engineering and capital facilities consulting services.
In Seattle, Glumac promoted Michael Aliaga to mechanical supervisor and associate, and Dana Troy to associate, and hired Adam Bernardo as a mechanical designer, Yitian (Tim) Zhu as an energy analyst and Elena Velkov as a marketing specialist. Marianna Jacobsen-Gruenwald transferred from Glumac's San Francisco office to Seattle. Aliaga was hired 10 years ago and oversees five engineers. He focuses on commercial, hospitality and institutional projects. Troy was hired nine years ago, and has worked as a mechanical engineer and energy analyst. He works on commercial and educational projects, including for University of Washington.
Bernardo has a background in hospitality and restaurant projects in the U.S., China and Australia. Zhu will support clients on energy programs and LEED certification. His clients have included Starbucks and Marriott. Velkov has a bachelor's in journalism from University of Florida, and a background in green building and clean energy policy. Jacobsen-Gruenwald has over 20 years of experience as a CAD/production manager. She specializes in electrical work, environmental codes and commercial projects. Glumac provides mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering, building commissioning, building modeling, lighting design, technology integration, building energy optimization, and LEED and LBC certification consulting.
Kenneth Gray of BHC Consultants received his Washington engineering license. Gray has six years of experience in civil engineering and construction of wastewater projects. He is providing construction services for the city of Everson. BHC is a municipal services consulting firm.
Apr 20, 2016
At its Seattle headquarters, Hargis Engineers promoted Brian Cawley to associate principal and Doug Svee to senior associate. Cawley leads mechanical teams on civic, academic, institutional and commercial projects. He is working on Lake Stevens High School modernization and addition. Svee is the firm's newest shareholder. He works on infrastructure for institutional and commercial projects. His clients include Bates Technical College and Western Washington University. Hargis is a mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, security and energy services consulting engineering firm.
In Seattle, SRG Partnership promoted Uwe Bergk, Ingrid Krueger and Nathan Messmer to senior associate and Jess Paley and Asayo Shioiri to associate. In Portland, it promoted Jessica Mistretta, Phillip Lopez and Gary Danielson to senior associate and Rebecca Bompiani and Susan Wangsness to associate. Bergk was hired in 2007. His work includes renovation of Savery Hall at the University of Washington. Krueger joined the firm in 2008 and her work includes the new Federal Way High School. Messmer holds a bachelor's in product design from Stanford University and a master of architecture from University of Washington. His work includes Museum of Flight Space Gallery. Paley began full time at the firm in 2010. Her projects include Seattle Police Department North Precinct. Shioiri joined SRG in 2015, and has experience on high-rise office, health care, civic and education projects. Mistretta holds a bachelor's in interior design from Texas Christian University. She was hired in 2014, and is working on projects for Shriners Hospital in California and Kentucky. Lopez was hired in 2014. He has worked on higher education and civic projects, including abroad, and recently completed design work at Nike. Danielson was hired in 2000. His work include Lillis Business School at University of Oregon. Bompiani was hired in 2008 and has worked on the new Business School at Portland State University. Wangsness joined the firm in 2010 and is on the accounting team. SRG is a design firm providing programming, planning, architecture and interior design.
In Bellingham, Zervas Architects hired Thomas Schatte and Kelsey Gates as intern architects, and Yeng Lukanen as an interior designer. Schatte holds a bachelor's in architecture from University of Texas at San Antonio, and has experience at firms in Austin, Texas and Seattle. Gates has a bachelor's in architecture from University of Washington, and has worked on educational and residential design. Lukanen has a bachelor's in interior design from Brown College and experience in hospitality, design build and CAD applications. She won the People's Choice Award and the Trillium Award for best interiors in the Builder's Association Parade of Homes. Zervas is an architectural and interior design firm.
Apr 13, 2016
In Seattle, BCRA hired Andrew Tsai as a design project architect, Antoni Dellomo as a designer, and Victoria Nizzoli and Kori Clark as architectural team members. In Tacoma, it hired Heidi Kihlman as a project architect. Tsai has 10 years of experience in mixed-use residential, retail, high rise, education and historic preservation projects. He was with Tiscareno Associates. Dellomo has worked on bars and restaurants as an independent architect. He is a graduate of Syracuse University. Nizzoli has two years of experience in multifamily, K-12 and senior housing projects, and is on the residential team. She was with RRM Design Group in Santa Barbara. Clark has worked in the higher education, residential, commercial and health care sectors. She was with SMA Architects in Montana. Kihlman has 19 years of industry experience, including commercial and retail projects. She is working on education projects. BCRA provides architecture, interior spaces, civil engineering, structural engineering, land-use planning and landscape architecture.
Stillwater Dwellings, a Seattle-based architectural design and fabrication firm, hired John Morgan as chief operations officer. Morgan oversees day-to-day operations, including production, supplier management and fabrication. He has over 20 years of experience in executive positions. Stillwater designs and manufactures contemporary prefab homes.
Johnson Braund hired Sharon Rhea as its interior design director and Hanna Tania as an intern architect. The firm specializes in multifamily and hospitality architecture and interior design.
In Anchorage, Stantec hired Andrew Niemiec as transportation manager and an associate. Niemiec has over 28 years of project development experience, mostly with the state of Alaska. He was executive director of Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority, and worked with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Stantec provides consulting in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management and project economics.
SCJ Alliance hired Maria Stock as finance manager. Stock has over 21 years of experience as assistant controller and payroll manager at a geotechnical consulting firm. She will work in the Lacey corporate office, overseeing financial operations for SCJ's five offices in Washington and Colorado. The firm provides civil engineering, transportation planning and design, environmental and urban planning, landscape architecture and public outreach.
Hart Crowser promoted geotechnical and seismic engineer Doug Lindquist to principal. Lindquist was hired 18 years ago. He has a background in performance-based seismic design, which is earthquake analysis commonly used for buildings over 240 feet tall and waterfront structures. His projects include seismic upgrades to King Street Station and the 150-foot-tall retaining wall at Sea-Tac Airport. Hart Crowser is an engineering, science and consulting firm in Seattle.
Seattle-based Meng Analysis hired Joel Gragg as marketing manager. Gragg was with DLR Group, where he led marketing for the Boeing and justice and civic sectors. Meng specializes in quality and cost performance services, including value analysis, constructability reviews, commissioning, facility condition analysis and cost estimating.
Reid Middleton, an Everett engineering, planning and surveying firm, hired Jon Padvorac as a project engineer, Hugo Cisneros as IT administrator and Aleksandr Put as an IT help desk technician. Padvorac is in the waterfront engineering group. He has over 10 years of experience, including marine engineering for the city of Seattle. Cisneros oversees the network and the IT group. He has over 12 years of experience in IT consulting, administration and help desk, and supporting companies. Put supports employees in five offices. He holds an associate's degree in computer information systems from Edmonds Community College.