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January 18, 2023

PACE Engineers











PACE Engineers has welcomed 12 new employees.

Brandon Northrop joined PACE's Everett office as a survey field technician I. Northrop is responsible for maintaining and operating vehicle and survey instrumentation, gathering and recording field data in field books, and data collection.

Chin Jewell has joined the Kirkland office as a project engineer. She is a University of Washington graduate with six years of civil engineering experience. Jewell is a member of the Municipal Department. Her daily tasks include designing water, sewer, stormwater, and private development projects.

Tami Skiles has joined PACE as the firm's talent acquisition manager. She has over 15 years of working in the AEC industry, with over 25 years in human resources. Skiles is skilled in creating innovative employee recruitment, retention, and engagement programs across departments, offices, and states.

David Riecken, PLS, joined the Wenatchee office as a survey project manager. Riecken retired from his role at King County in 2018, but his passion for surveying led him to PACE. He adds 41 years of experience to the team. He has experience in multiple project delivery approaches related to construction, civil, transportation, boundary, land development, regional county-wide mapping, and utility projects.

Jared Siegel joined the Everett Office as an environmental scientist. Siegel has over a decade of environmental consulting, government, and academic experience. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from Vassar College and a Master of Science in Fisheries from the University of Alaska. Siegel joins PACE with diverse experience in salmon ecology and riverine processes for restoration projects, most recently working with NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center, where he developed statistical models to evaluate the impacts on fish habitat and migration conditions in the Pacific Northwest.

Dylan Chilcote joined the Kirkland office as a survey field technician after relocating from Arkansas. He is beginning his survey career at PACE. Chilcote's daily tasks include measuring and recording data for land, building, and construction projects.

Jeff Wilkes joined the Lake Oswego office as a CAD technician. Wilkes brings over 20 years of experience working in CAD. At PACE, he works closely with engineers to design, develop, and create construction drawings in structural, survey, and civil disciplines.

Mitchell Robertson has joined the Everett office as a junior engineer. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, where he completed his Capstone Project on WSDOT SR96 North Creek Fish Passage Culvert Replacement. Robertson joins the Water Resources group, primarily focused on modeling and designing fish passage and stream restoration projects for state and local public agencies.

Jaclyn Samson joined the Kirkland office as a junior planner. She studied at Western Washington University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning and Sustainable Development with a minor in Environmental Justice. Samson assists the planning group in land use planning and water and wastewater system plans. She is an asset in documentation gathering, research, report writing, and administrative support.

Paul Dujardin joined the Everett office as a CAD technician. He brings experience working on multi-phase projects, improving workflow and communication, managing data, and documenting changes and known issues to reduce timelines.

Eli Zehner, PE, joined the Municipal Team in the Kirkland office as a senior project manager. His focus will be on serving public agencies and utility districts in the Puget Sound region. His primary responsibilities include creating construction plans, specifications, and cost estimates for water, sanitary, and storm sewer systems, preparing pre-design reports and engineering studies, and providing construction engineering support and management.

Maryann Reid joined the Wenatchee office as an administrative professional. She brings 25 years of engineering administrative support. At PACE, she will be responsible for formatting and editing reports, documents, and specifications, creating and maintaining a pleasant work environment, ensuring high levels of organization, and managing the front desk.

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