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November 12, 2020
Seattle-based Rolluda Architects hired Richard Murray, Alberto Serrano and Princess Coleman as project designers and Jonathan Berk as marketing coordinator. Murray holds a bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Tennessee. He is working on the Filipino Community Village and the new Fa-Sheng Temple, both in Seattle. Serrano holds a bachelor's in architecture from Far Eastern University in Manila. He has experience in residential, retail, hospitality, transportation and civic projects. He is working on municipal projects in Everett for Snohomish County PUD, Enatai Park in Bellevue and an operations facility for CenturyLink in Gig Harbor. Coleman has a bachelor of film and television degree from Savannah College of Art and Design and a master of architecture from the University of Washington. She previously worked for Rolluda Architects as an intern in summer 2018 when she led the firm's submission for the Seattle Design Festival. She is working on a multifamily project for Mt. Zion Housing Development. Berk has an associate of science degree with a focus on physics from Seattle Central College. His duties include coordination of proposal development in response to RFQs, coordinating presentations for shortlists and interviews and contributing to Rolluda's social media and website development. He will also head up the firm's data management system.