Nov 30, 2016
Stantec hired Sara Duffy as a lighting designer in Seattle and Elisheva Walters as a civil designer in Spokane. Duffy has four years of experience in architectural lighting design. She is working on Pacific Northwest Ballet School in Bellevue. Walters has worked in San Francisco, Indiana and the African country of Niger, primarily on water and solar projects. At Stantec, she has worked on the ice ribbon in Spokane's Riverfront Park. Stantec provides engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management and project economics.
In Seattle, DCI Engineers hired Samiah Rizvi as a project engineer, Lisa Brown as an accounts receivable specialist, and Lutfullha Ahmadi, Aidin Behroozi and Megan McDonald as structural designers. Rizvi was a DCI intern and is working on wood modular buildings and multifamily projects. She holds a master in structural engineering from Seattle University and a bachelor's in civil engineering from the University of Washington. Brown has 30 years of accounting experience in architecture, banking, consulting and nonprofits. Ahmadi has 12 years of experience in the A/E/C industry. He studied seismic design in Iran and Afghanistan, and worked with the Corps of Engineers. He is working on Viejas Casino in Alpine, California. Behroozi was a DCI intern. She is working on 1016 Republican, a mixed-use project in Seattle. She holds a master in structural engineering from the UW and a master of structural engineering from Baha'i Institute for Higher Education in Tehran, Iran. McDonald is working on commercial, office and residential projects. She was a sales intern for engineered wood products, and holds a bachelor's in civil engineering from Washington State University. DCI is a civil and structural engineering firm with offices in Washington, Oregon, California, Texas and Alaska.
Bremerton-based Rice Fergus Miller hired Matt Moyano as a designer, Alex Smith as an intern architect, and Stephanie Isaacs and Alaina Bauer as interior designers. Moyano will focus on community projects. He holds a bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Oregon. Smith will work on fire and emergency services projects. He holds a bachelor's and master's in architecture from Kent State University. Isaacs will focus on hospitality, adaptive re-use and community-based projects. She holds a bachelor's in interior design from Washington State University. Bauer will work on health care and senior living projects. She has a bachelor's in interior design from the University of Kentucky. Rice Fergus Miller is a 46-person architecture, interior design and planning firm.
In Kirkland, Freiheit & Ho Architects hired Jannita Bolin, Dillon Gogarty, Cathleen Matuzak and Darin Russell as architectural designers. Bolin holds a masters of architecture from Washington State University. During her graduate year, Bolin worked on an EPA-funded project developing a modular wall system insulated with trash for use in low-income housing. Gogarty holds a masters of architecture from WSU. Matuzak holds a masters of architecture and masters of business administration from Kent State University. Russell has a masters of architecture from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They are working on an assisted living facility in Seattle, retail, and medical and dental offices. Freiheit & Ho is a commercial architecture and interior design firm.
Nov 23, 2016
In Seattle, Maul Foster & Alongi hired Charla Skaggs as a senior communications and public outreach specialist. Skaggs was manager of strategic communications and corporate media at the Port of Seattle, and most recently was a consultant for transportation, transit and port-related developments. Maul Foster & Alongi is an environmental consulting firm, with offices in Washington, Idaho and Oregon.
In Seattle, Bassetti Architects promoted Mariko Parris and Christopher Wilton to associate. Parris has over 10 years of experience in interior design, and providing furniture, fixtures and equipment services. She is working on Lynnwood Elementary School. Wilton has over 30 years of experience. He is business manager for the Seattle and Portland offices, and will continue to focus on operational and financial management of the firm.
In Seattle, OAC Services hired Trang Nguyen as an engineer in training and Yuhan Zhong as a project engineer. Nguyen, a recent graduate of Saint Martin's University, worked for Washington State Department of Transportation. Zhong holds a master's in civil engineering from the University of Southern California and will work in OAC's construction management group. She has experience with Los Angeles World Airports, Airport Development Group.
SCJ Alliance hired Lisa Reid as Seattle engineering manager to lead and manage expansion into the Seattle area. Reid has 23 years of experience in management, design, construction management, inspection and sustainability. She led development for a sustainability rating tool for the Federal Highway Administration called INVEST that is used nationally. SCJ provides transportation planning and design, civil engineering, environmental and urban planning, landscape architecture and design, and public outreach.
Tacoma-based Architects Rasmussen Triebelhorn hired Brent Wilson as a job captain. Wilson has over six years of experience in design, development, construction and education. He is working on Port of Olympia building assessments and projects for Yakima County.
In Seattle, Stantec hired electrical engineer Daryl Fonslow as a project manager in the electrical engineering buildings practice. Fonslow has over 11 years of leadership experience on health care, science and technology, higher education, civic, commercial and industrial projects. He is working on the Seattle Asian Art Museum renovation and expansion. Stantec provides engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management and project economics.
In Portland, engineering firm Murray, Smith & Associates hired Rob Lee as a principal engineer. Lee has 18 years of experience in the wastewater and water industry. He has a background in market expansion, technical innovation and team development, and will be a leader in the engineering group.
In Spokane, Trindera Engineering hired Aaron Whiting as a senior electrical engineer and Mark Martin as an electrical project engineer in the commercial group. Whiting has nine years of experience in the K-12 market. He was with Hargis Engineers in Seattle. Martin has 12 years of experience in health care and higher education. He was with Stantec in Portland. Trindera is an electrical and control systems engineering and consulting firm, with an office also in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
In Vancouver, AKS Engineering & Forestry hired Thatch Moyle as a land use planner. He has 13 years of experience on entitlements, GIS analysis, master plans and outreach. He was with Cardno in Portland. AKS is a consulting engineering firm, with offices also in Tualatin and Salem-Keizer, Oregon.
In Spokane, ALSC Architects promoted Indy Dehal to principal. Dehal is an architect who focuses on K-12, higher education, and sports and recreation facilities. He has been with ALSC for 16 years. The firm provides planning and design services, with an office also in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
In Portland, Cardno hired Jeff Vanderdasson as a civil engineer practice leader. In Seattle, it hired Mike Rosenfeld as vice president of cost containment and business analytics. Vanderdasson will oversee the civil engineering team on land development projects. He has over 30 years of experience on commercial, industrial, residential and street projects. Rosenfeld will focus on improving efficiency and managing business plans for the Americas Region. He has over 25 years of experience at publicly traded engineering organizations and managed environmental programs for federal clients. Cardno is an infrastructure and environmental services company.