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January 9, 2019
Seattle-based structural engineering firm Swenson Say Faget hired Vladimir Berka and Evan Speer as staff engineers. Also, it promoted Lori DeBoer to senior project manager, Kevin Winner to project manager, Scott Wible and Bianca Casem to project engineer, and Randy James to drafting manager. Berka has four years of experience, and is on SSF's residential structures team. He is working on houses in the Puget Sound region, and San Francisco and Menlo Park, California. Speer has a master's in conservation engineering from the Structural Analysis of Historic Constructions Consortium at Czech Technical University. He worked with Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust in Nepal. At SSF, he is working on the 115-119 South Jackson historic renovation and the seismic upgrade of Schoenfelds Furniture in Pioneer Square. DeBoer was hired in 2017. Her work includes the historic renovation of FX McRory's in Seattle and the Penrose Hotel in Walla Walla, along with the new $70 million Bellevue Christian Campus for grades 7 – 12 in Medina. Winner has done structural design for houses, and is working on houses in Mercer Island, Seattle, Bellevue, Medina and Woodinville. Wible joined SSF in 2015. He provides structural design for residential projects, and works with specialty fabricators on steel installations. Casem was hired in 2017 and primarily works on multifamily and commercial mixed-use projects such as Blackbird Apartments in Redmond and the new Bellevue South complex just off of Interstate 405.