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July 3, 2019
Seattle-based Notkin Mechanical Engineers hired William (Bill) Turnipseed and Qasim Hasan as project engineers, Eliezer (Eli) Suhartanto as a mechanical designer, Kim Baker as marketing manager, Samantha Torpey as a human resources generalist and Joy Bak as an accounting clerk. The firm also said Elizabeth Garras and Nick Weishaar earned licenses as mechanical engineers in Washington. Turnipseed brings over 30 years of mechanical engineering experience to Notkin's projects at Naval Base Kitsap. Hasan has 15 years of mechanical engineering and design experience, and works on projects at EvergreenHealth and Naval Base Kitsap.
Suhartanto has nine years of experience and works on projects at EvergreenHealth and Naval Base Kitsap. Baker has 16 years of experience marketing for the built environment. She manages the firm's marketing and business development initiatives. Torpey manages the firm's human resources and recruitment processes and draws from her similar experience with the city of Sacramento and health care organizations. Bak holds a finance degree in business administration from Central Washington University, and supports the firm's financial initiatives.
Garras joined Notkin full-time in 2015 after three years at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. She is working on projects for the U.S. Navy and the Port of Seattle. Weishaar was hired in 2013 as a mechanical designer after interning with Siemens Industries. At Notkin, his work includes projects for the U.S. Navy and EvergreenHealth. Notkin provides analysis, design, and consulting services for health care, academic and government clients.