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September 6, 2023
KMB architects is excited to announce the addition of six new team members in the first half of 2023: Angela Borrowman, Bob Lindstrom, Matthew Hamilton, Christina Scott, Jessica Birbari and Christopher Buchanan.
Senior interior designer, Borrowman, brings 20 years of career experience to her role as interiors studio leader at KMB. Her diverse project work includes Education, Multifamily, Healthcare, Corporate, Civic, Commercial, Retail, TI, FFE, Environmental Graphics and Materials & Finishes. Borrowman's certifications include NCIDQ, LEED AG, AWI associate member, and a BA in Interior Design.
Senior project manager, Lindstrom has focused deeply on developing and maintaining strong client connections through K-12 Education projects during his 33-year career in architecture. He holds a BA in Architecture from Kansas State University as well as AIA, NCARB and Associate DBIA credentials.
Buchanan joined KMB as an architectural designer III with a 14-year career focused on Healthcare, State and Tribal market sectors. He has a BA in Architecture and Minor in Urban Studies from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville as well as LEAN Administration accreditation.
Scott, controller and HR manager for KMB, brings 12-years of accounting experience, 10 years of which were in the general contracting industry. Scott earned her BA in Business Accounting and a Masters Degree in Accounting and Finance from Western Governors University and is a licensed Notary Public.
Hamilton recently joined the KMB team as a staff architect Level II with a 10-plus year career focused on Urban Design, Education and Housing projects. Hamilton holds a BA Architecture from Woodbury University, San Diego and a MA Architecture and Urban Design from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, and is an AIA Associate.
Birbari joins KMB architects full time as an architect Level I after interning with the firm remotely during her senior year while she pursued and earned her BA in Architecture at Washington State University.