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Oct 13, 2021



Wyn Folsome has joined Parametrix as a senior construction manager based out of Bremerton. He has 31 years of experience working in both the public and private sectors in various roles including construction inspector, resident engineer and project manager. Folsome joins Parametrix from Red Barn Engineering, where he was a senior construction manager and inspector. He has worked for clients such as Sound Transit, Washington State Department of Transportation, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle Public Utilities, Bay Area Rapid Transit, and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. Folsome has diverse experience in light rail, shipyard work, high-voltage traction power systems and seismic retrofits, including carbon fiber and epoxy compounds, fiber optics, runway lighting, baggage handling systems, automated fare collection, and single- and multifamily housing. At Parametrix, Folsome joins the firm's community building practice and is currently providing construction management for WSDOT's SR 520 program.

Hart Crowser



Hart Crowser, a division of Haley & Aldrich, has promoted geotechnical/seismic engineers Brice Exley and Madan Karkee to principal. Both manage transportation, waterfront and high-rise building projects. Exley is a technical leader for the numerical modeling group. He frequently uses advanced one- and two-dimensional seismic models and large three-dimensional models to help manage design and construction risk while removing design conservatism where appropriate. He was the project manager for geotechnical design for the new 850-foot-tall Rainier Square Tower, now the second tallest building in Seattle; the newly constructed Climate Pledge Arena; and the Port of Seattle Terminal 5 berth upgrades currently under construction. Other projects he's helped deliver include Governor's Island Park and Public Space in New York and Seattle's SR 99 bored tunnel. He has presented at multiple national conferences on deep foundations, numerical modeling and slope stability.

Karkee was geotechnical engineering manager for the new ferry terminal in Mukilteo and the Spaghetti Factory redevelopment in Seattle. His high-rise projects include 800 Columbia in Seattle and the Lincoln Square expansion in Bellevue. He has managed major projects for the Port of Seattle, Washington State Department of Transportation and Sound Transit. He has worked in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Nepal. He has previously been a professor at Akita Prefectural University in Japan, and received the Technology Development Award by the Japan Geotechnical Society. Karkee has been involved in field investigations to assess damage and evaluate performance of structures and foundations following major earthquakes including the 1995 Kobe, 1994 Hokkaido-toho-oki and 1993 Kushiro-oki earthquakes in Japan; and the 2001 Bhuj earthquake in India.

Dykeman Architects


Dykeman Architects hired Alison Musch as a project manager, where she is responsible for design and coordination on Housing Team projects. Musch previously worked at Dykeman from June 2016 to September 2019 before relocating to Salt Lake City. Musch acquired her master of architecture degree at Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans and her bachelor's at the University of San Diego. She brings eight years of experience in all phases of design and production on industrial, retail, commercial, education and residential projects.

Oct 06, 2021



Hewitt announced the promotion of Jake Woland, ASLA, LEED AP, to the position of principal. Woland has served as a senior associate in Hewitt's landscape architecture studio for 13 years. He joins the firm's six other principals on the executive leadership team. Woland regularly lectures at the University of Washington, taught urban design studios at Rutgers, and authored “Site Engineering for Landscape Architecture,” a highly regarded textbook on sustainable site design. Woland has worked across a wide variety of urban conditions and scales, including waterfronts, civic open spaces, transit facilities, streetscapes, multiple-block mixed use developments and commercial projects. Woland received his Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington and his Bachelor of Science, Geological Sciences, from Tufts University. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The Watershed Company



The Watershed Company has hired Angela Mele, Interpretive Planner and Scientific Illustrator, and Anna Tono, Marketing Coordinator. Mele is an interpretive planning specialist who focuses on resource-based content. She brings more than a decade of experience in scientific illustration, exhibit design, and museology for interpretive placemaking. Tono specializes in graphics layout for the development of marketing materials and will support the team with qualification and proposal preparation, and social media presence. The Watershed Company provides natural resources assessment, mitigation and restoration design, environmental planning and permitting, stormwater monitoring, arborist, interpretive design, and landscape architecture services.

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