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February 16, 2022
Lund Opsahl announced the promotions of two professionals in its leadership team and four additional staff members for their contributions to the firm. Tony Mason was promoted to principal, Jeremiah Bowles to associate principal, Kevin Aguilar to senior design engineer, and Scott Schroeder to design engineer. Garrett Peterson and Alissa Capuano have been promoted within the engineer-in-training program.
A Design-Build Institute of America Associate, Mason leads project design teams and oversees the firm's technology and BIM groups. Most recently, his projects include the new Redmond Senior and Community Center, Portland's 100 Multnomah Office Tower, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and Washington State Department of Agriculture Safety and Health Lab and Training Center, and numerous significant Eastside construction engineering projects.
Bowles oversees the firm's social media presence and shares oversight for the firm's single family project portfolio. His recent projects include multiple West Coast luxury residences. Public projects include the historic Byrd Barr Place Renovation (formerly Seattle Fire Station 23), Olympic College Shops Building Renovation, and Intercity Transit Pattison Maintenance, Operations, and Administration project.
Recently earning his professional structural engineer credentials for Washington State, Aguilar actively volunteers for the firm's training efforts for their engineers-in-training and supports the college outreach program. His broad portfolio of work includes the new multi-family community, Orenda at Othello Square in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood, the Quinault Outpatient Medical Clinic, and a tenant improvement project for a confidential biotech client.
A part of the firm's internal social event team, Schroeder recently received his professional engineer credentials for Washington State and has been a vital team member on multiple key projects. His project work includes the University of Washington Softball Performance Center Design-Build, the Mariner's recently acquired mixed-use building renovation on First Avenue South, and two new behavioral health facilities for the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services in Vancouver and Centralia.
Peterson began working for Lund Opsahl as an Intern in 2018 and joined the team as an EIT once he graduated from California Polytechnic State University in 2019. He has provided strong contributions to a variety of projects, including King County Parks Central Maintenance Facility Expansion; Island County's new Camano Administration Building; and the Intercity Transit Pattison Maintenance, Operations, and Administration project.
Capuano also worked as an intern at Lund Opsahl in 2019 and joined the team in 2020 after graduating from Seattle University. Her significant project contributions to projects include work on the Washington State L&I and WSDA Health Lab and Training Center; Othello Square's new Building A, part of a new multi-service and multi-family community in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood; and Bainbridge Island's Buxton Center for Performing Arts Expansion and Renovation.
Lund Opsahl provides structural engineering services in a broad range of market sectors for public and private clients