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October 14, 2020
In Spokane, CollinsWoerman hired John Eckert as practice leader, Randy Benedict and Owen Turnbull as design architect leaders, Aileen Maeve Link and Manasa Vishwanath as interior designers and Jon Dunne, Justin Traw and Braden Stepp as technical designers. Eckert has experience managing projects in healthcare, recreation, and senior living. He has served in leadership positions on the board of AIA WA Council and AIA Spokane. Benedict has over 42 years of experience in large metropolitan areas as well as midsize communities on a variety of building types and in market sectors that include commercial, healthcare and higher education. Turnbull has over 15 years of experience in Seattle, Portland and Spokane on large-scale commercial, higher education, clinical research and mid- and high-rise mixed-use housing. Link is an interior designer with 10 years of design experience on projects that include student housing, higher education and healthcare in Spokane and in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, Bozeman, Montana and Golden, Colorado. Vishwanath has over 24 years of experience in Spokane, Seattle, California and Idaho in healthcare, higher education, dental and orthodontics, mixed-use and corporate design projects. Dunne has over 20 years of experience in BIM modeling and design. His portfolio includes municipal, industrial, commercial and other specialty projects. He also has two years of field engineering experience. Traw has over five years of experience that includes residential, commercial, and public works projects. He holds a master's degree in architecture from the University of Idaho. Stepp is a 2020 graduate of Washington State University's School of Design + Construction. He is working on higher education and healthcare projects. CollinsWoerman is a Seattle and Spokane-based architecture, interiors, planning and sustainability firm.