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May 8, 2019
Seattle-based architecture firm Weinstein A+U named Kirsten Wild, Davi Parker-Garcia, Rob Kiker and Matthew Zinski principals and promoted Emma Nowinski and Lauren Rock to associate, Tania van Heerden to BIM manager and Stephanie Hsie to marketing manager.
Wild has over 20 years of experience and a record of successful civic projects and LEED certification. She recently completed Seattle Fire Station 22 and is working on the Blackbird multifamily project in Redmond, and University Temple United Methodist Church planning. Parker-Garcia has over 15 years of experience on projects that include multifamily, nonprofit, adaptive reuse and a city hall. She most recently worked on Canton Lofts, a mixed-used housing development in Pioneer Square. Kiker has over 20 years of experience working with multifamily, institutional and commercial clients. His mid-rise residential work includes Station House in Redmond, and he is working on a mixed-use multifamily project at 110 First Ave. W. in Seattle. Zinski has over 10 years of experience, particularly on educational, civic, cultural and multifamily projects. He recently completed Vida Apartments in the Roosevelt District and is working on Jazz House, a joint venture between the nonprofit groups JazzED and Capitol Hill Housing.
Nowinski is an architect with over 10 years of experience in civic, corporate, university and residential projects. She is project manager for Tukwila fire stations 51 and 52. Rock has eight years of experience on projects, including tenant improvements and interiors, public projects and adaptive re-use. She recently completed Seattle Fire Station 22 and is the project architect for Tukwila fire stations 51 and 52.
Van Heerden has over 20 years of experience as a designer and BIM manager. Her experience includes multifamily and mixed-use, high-rise, commercial, education and public projects in South Africa, Australia and the U.S. She did construction contract administration for the State Hotel in downtown Seattle.
Hsie has over 10 years of experience on projects, including higher education, commercial, performing arts and urban planning. She works with principals to plan and implement business development opportunities and bring a greater awareness to the firm culture and design expertise. Most recently, she has been assisting Northwest Center on programming and site selection.