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June 5, 2019
In Seattle, AHBL hired Margot Chalmers and Brooke Vail as landscape designers and promoted Caroline Templeton to senior landscape project manager and Craig Skipton to director of landscape architecture for Western Washington. In Tacoma, it promoted Sarah Singleton Schroedel to senior landscape project manager. In Tri-Cities, it promoted Nicole Stickney to planning project manager. In Spokane, AHBL promoted Craig Andersen to director of landscape architecture for Eastern Washington.
Chalmers has a bachelor's in environmental studies from the University of Vermont and is a graduate of the University of Washington's masters of landscape architecture program. Vail has an undergraduate degree from Colgate University and a master in landscape architecture from North Carolina State University. She has a portfolio of commercial and residential projects, and experience with design-build projects in the Seattle area. Templeton specializes in educational projects, municipal work and private development. She joined AHBL in 2015 with work that included a Napa winery and accessible outdoor spaces for schools in the Puget Sound region. Skipton has spent 16 years designing natural spaces. He joined AHBL in 2016 with experience as a landscape architect, environmental scientist, educator and farmer.
Singleton Schroedel was hired in 2005. The landscape architect has worked on commercial, residential and institutional projects in the Pacific Northwest. Her residential work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, HGTV, The Seattle Times and Garden Design magazine. Stickney joined the firm's Tri-Cities planning department in 2015 with experience as a land use planner, economic development manager, and as a program manager for U.S. Army Europe. Her experience includes policy development, code writing, environmental analysis and development review. Andersen was hired in 2011 and has been a critical part of the company's growth in Eastern Washington and the success of its Spokane office. He has spent over 19 years as a landscape architect, community planner and project manager, and has experience in education, public work, residential and commercial design in the Northwest. His public sector work includes pocket parks, convention centers, streetscapes, playgrounds and schools.