Apr 15, 2015
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson promoted Patreese Martin to associate principal. Martin joins Robert Miller and Ray Calabro in leading the Seattle office. She has residential and institutional experience, and is a design and management adviser to project teams and intern architects.
Mithun promoted Ken Boyd to principal, and Elizabeth Gordon, Dottie Faris and Dakota Keene to associate principal. Boyd has been with the firm for 23 years as project manager and senior project architect, with work that includes the Perot Family Offices in Dallas, Silicon Valley workplaces, and high rise mixed-use and transit oriented development. Gordon is a senior interior designer who has led the design of Silicon Valley workplaces, and corporate and cultural projects in Seattle and nationally. Faris is a landscape architect, and project manager and project designer whose work includes the University of Washington's Lander, Terry and Maple halls, and Block 136 in Portland. Keene is a landscape architect who has led the site design of projects that include Tulalip Administration Building and Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard.
In the Seattle office, architecture and design firm ELM Environments hired Yi Liu as an associate landscape architect. In the Jacksonville office, ELM hired Jenna Toffaletti as an associate architect, Mark Klone as a landscape architect and Belinda Barrett as an office administrator. Liu is was born and raised in China. She holds a bachelor of landscape architecture from Tongji University and a master of landscape architecture from Louisiana State University. She is working on San Diego Africa Rocks and Big Rock Park. Toffaletti spent four years at an architecture firm in Baltimore, and worked in commercial and residential real estate. Klone has eight years of experience on projects, such as parks and recreation, golf course planning, community planning, urban design, landscape architecture and graphic design. Barrett does administrative work. ELM Environments is a division of Jacksonville-based ELM.
(Editor's note: This story has been changed to correct Yi Liu's title to reflect that she is not yet a registered landscape architect.)
In its New Orleans office, Elliott Bay Design Group hired David Kaysen as a senior naval architect and Trygve Reid and Rex Sutherlin as marine engineers. Kaysen has over 25 years of naval architecture experience, including work with the Navy, Coast Guard, NOAA and commercial ships. Reid has nearly two decades of experience in naval architecture and marine engineering, and a background in IT systems and computer software. Sutherlin has experience with commercial and military shipboard systems design. EBDG provides naval architecture, marine engineering and production support services, with offices also in Seattle and Ketchikan.
Sazan Environmental Services hired Keith Bickford as a commissioning engineer. Bickford has over 15 years of engineering, project management and construction management experience. Sazan Environmental Services is an affiliate of Sazan Group, which provides systems commissioning and retro-commissioning, performance optimization, and test-adjust-balance services.
Floyd|Snider hired Tessa Gardner-Brown as a senior environmental planner, working in permitting, permit compliance and policy analysis. She has eight years of experience in environmental planning, including on the SR-520 bridge and Elliott Bay Seawall.
Apr 08, 2015
Weber Thompson promoted Todd Mayne to principal, Josh McDonald to senior associate and Rachael Bauer, Chelsea Gorkiewicz, Maggie Cowgill and Carey Dagliano Holmes to associate. Mayne has run construction administration on Seattle towers, including Premier on Pine and now on 2nd & Pine. McDonald is a project manager, with projects that include Elan at Redmond Town Center and The Whittaker. Bauer is a leader in the interior design group, working with architects and landscape architects. Gorkiewicz is working on Elan Uptown Flats. Cowgill is a lead designer whose work includes Yesler Terrace's Raven Terrace. Holmes has worked on Westlake Steps, a mixed-use project with 800 housing units.
In its Seattle office, Sazan Group hired Chad Tilley as a senior project manager, Kim Alger as a contracts and finance administrator, and Nemy Antonio as a senior plumbing designer. Tilley has 25 years of electrical engineering experience, with clients that include Microsoft and Safeco. Alger has over 20 years of finance support and executive administration experience. Antonio returns to Sazan with over 25 years of plumbing and piping systems design experience in health care, education, commercial, military, educational and industrial projects. The firm provides mechanical and electrical engineering, information technology systems design, MEP commissioning and owner representation, and also has a Portland office.
In its Spokane office, ALSC Architects promoted Kris Jeske, Indy Dehal and Chad Schmidt to associate principal. Jeske is project manager on the Mullan Road Elementary School remodel and addition. Dehal has been with ALSC since 2000, with projects that include WSU Wine Science Center in Richland. Schmidt has been with the firm for eight years, with projects that include Martin Stadium expansion at Washington State University. ALSC provides planning and design services, and also has a Coeur d'Alene office.
Technology project manager Nathan Ellis of Stantec was awarded the Registered Communications Distribution Designer designation. In 2013, Ellis joined the Lynnwood office of Sparling, which is now part of Stantec. It provides planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management and project economics services.
The Blueline Group hired Lyndsey Munkel as an engineer. She has two years of engineering experience as a designer in the transportation industry and holds a civil engineering degree from Lafayette College. Blueline provides civil engineering and planning services for land use projects.