Jan 03, 2019
In Tacoma, Dr. Stan Flemming joined Swenson Healthcare as director of medical affairs. Flemming was medical director and lead regional physician in Washington state at Life Care Centers of America. Swenson Healthcare is a clinical practice serving post-acute care patients throughout the state.
Seattle nonprofit The World is Fun is seeking volunteers for its Cocktail District fundraiser, March 9 at Pier 66/Bell Harbor Conference Center. Cocktail District is part of Seattle Cocktail Week. Proceeds from the event will support TWIF's efforts to get people involved in the community through events and volunteering.
Jan 02, 2019
In Seattle, Jared Smith joined Parametrix as a principal consultant working with clients on strategic initiatives and assisting project teams. Smith has 34 years of experience with a focus on transportation and transit design, including freeways, bridges, streetcar and light rail systems, bikeways, ferry terminals and arterial projects. From 2001 to 2013, he oversaw Parsons Brinckerhoff (now WSP) Northwest operations. He has been director of the Seattle Office of the Waterfront and the city's regional transit manager. Parametrix provides engineering, planning, and environmental sciences.
Spokane-based Bernardo|Wills Architects hired Paz Ochoa and Stan Griswold as landscape architects and Tyler Reid as a landscape architect intern. Ochoa has eight years of experience, and was with Spurlock Landscape Architects in San Diego. She is working on Spokane International Airport Felts Field Gateway Study (a master plan for the airport's historical district). Griswold has 29 years of experience, and was with The Land Group in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. He is working on South Landing HUB mixed-use building in Spokane. Reid is pursuing a bachelor of landscape architecture degree at Washington State University. He is working on the University of Idaho Basketball Arena. Bernardo|Wills provides architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and master planning.
Seattle-based Rolluda Architects hired Pamela Aymar and Agata Fisiak as project designers. Aymar was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. She has a bachelor's in architectural design from the University of Washington. She is working on projects for King County Solid Waste and Pierce County's Sprinker Recreation Center hockey team rooms. Fisiak grew up in Warsaw, Poland, and has a bachelor of engineering in architecture and urban planning from Warsaw University of Technology. She has worked on projects in Ghana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Poland and Jordan. She is working on design of the Filipino Community Village Senior Housing and Innovative Learning Center in Seattle.
In Seattle, Hart Crowser hired Nathan Jones as a geotechnical engineer, Ryan Sullivan-Johnson as a geologist and Evin Fairchild as a CAD drafter. In Portland, it hired Alayna Martin as a marketing coordinator. Jones will support building and transportation projects. He has a master of engineering in civil engineering from Oregon State University, and has worked for the Federal Highway Administration and Bureau of Land Management. Sullivan-Johnson will support building and transportation projects and habitat restoration. He has a bachelor's in geosciences from Pacific Lutheran University. Fairchild has an associate in applied science in civil design technology from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Martin will provide proposal and marketing support for geotechnical engineering, environmental services, and natural resource services company-wide. She has a bachelor's in communications from Linfield College and experience in administrative support and digital marketing. Hart Crowser is an engineering, science, and consulting firm.
Olympia-based KMB architects hired Jason Barry as a project manager/project architect. Barry has over 18 years of project design experience, including on 25 health care facilities in Washington. Among them is the second hybrid operating room west of the Cascades. KMB provides architectural services, security design and consulting, project management and graphic design.
Brian Poppe, a partner with HKP Architects, completed the Design-Build Institute of America's education, training and certification testing program to earn the Associate Design-Build Professional designation. Design-build is expedited construction delivery in which design decisions are made in the field. The architectural design is executed at a close pace with construction.
Bill Frerichs is the new CEO at Zoom+Care in Portland, replacing co-founder Dr. Dave Sanders. Frerichs was senior vice president of retail health for two years at the company. Prior to that, he was vice president of store operations for Target. Zoom+Care provides retail and digital health care, with 37 clinics in Portland and Seattle. It was recently acquired by PeaceHealth.
Stan Barer of the law firm Garvey Schubert Barer was honored last month in Beijing for his contributions to U.S.-China relations over the past 40 years, including negotiating the resumption of shipping between the countries in 1979. Barer received the Award of Achievement by the Western Returned Scholars Association Entrepreneur Alliance, a Chinese government-affiliated entity consisting of more than 40,000 Chinese scholars and researchers who have studied abroad. GSB has offices in Seattle, Portland, Washington, D.C., New York City and Beijing.