Dec 04, 2019
Seattle-based Rolluda Architects hired Kathryn Bost as a marketing specialist. Bost has 25 years of marketing experience for local engineering and architecture firms. She is a member of SMPS, is a Certified Professional Services Marketer, and is on the board of directors for the Society of American Military Engineers Seattle Post. Rolluda provides master planning, programming, architectural design and construction support.
HNTB Corp. said it appointed three new executive vice presidents in response to ongoing growth within the U.S. transportation market. They are John Friel, president, Western Region; Keith Hinkebein, president, design build; and Scott Butzen, enterprise operations officer.
Friel will lead the Western Region, which includes HNTB's Northwest and West Divisions, and is in charge of all of the firm's business lines in the Western Region, concentrating on the aviation, highway, transit, tolls and architecture practices.
Theo Prince joined Parametrix as a senior engineer in its Seattle surface water group working on stormwater basin planning, highway drainage design and fish passable culvert projects. He has 19 years of experience providing stormwater management and surface water design and analysis, most recently in the Northwest. Prince has worked on storm drainage improvements, culvert replacements, and low impact development retrofits in King, Snohomish and Whatcom counties, and has experience in green infrastructure and design-build projects. Parametrix provides engineering, planning and environmental services.
Kirkland-based Blueline hired Ruby Mohammadi as an engineer to work on residential projects and Libby Wallace as an office coordinator. Mohammadi was with Core Design. She has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Tabriz in Iran. Wallace was with Shimmick-Parsons Joint Venture/Aecom, and has administrative experience with engineering, construction and landscape design companies. Blueline provides civil engineering, land use planning and landscape architecture services.
Bremerton-based Rice Fergus Miller hired Elizabeth Salas as a designer in its senior living studio and Becky Wall as an interior designer in its senior living, health care and community studios. Rice Fergus Miller is an architecture, interior design, planning and visualization firm.
Spokane-based Bernardo Wills Architects hired James Davis as a landscape architect and Cathi Lamb and Meranda D. Morris as BIM/CAD technicians.
Davis is working on Atlas Waterfront Park in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and the Spokane Parks & Recreation North Bank Regional Playground. He has seven years of experience and was a landscape architect/estimator with Land Expressions. Lamb is providing drafting, design and construction support for two new buildings: South Hill Pediatric Dentistry Clinic in Spokane and Fairways Plaza Retail B in Cheney. She has 35 years of drafting experience, and was CAD manager for Wayne C. Siu Architects in Brea, California. Morris is supplying BIM and CAD services for The Farm at Mill Creek mixed-use development in Mill Creek and interior modifications to the Transitions EduCare Facility in Spokane. She has an associates degree in architectural technology from Spokane Community College. Bernardo Wills provides architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and master planning.
Nov 27, 2019
Sarah Ogier joined Parametrix as vice president overseeing its water and environmental planning and compliance practices in the Puget Sound region, including offices in Seattle, Bremerton and Puyallup. Ogier has over 20 years of experience in natural resources and utility management, including drinking water, wastewater, solid waste and stormwater. She was with the city of Bellevue Utilities Department as utilities policy advisor. Prior to that, she was with the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, where she established and led the Office of Sustainability and Innovation for the Wastewater Treatment Division. Parametrix provides engineering, planning and environmental services.
HNTB Corp. named Deborah Taylor group director for its Bellevue office. Taylor, a transportation environmental planner with over 33 years of experience, manages HNTB's environmental, structures, urban planning, and mechanical, electrical and engineering departments, and will help meet growth goals for the office. She has been with HNTB for over 20 years, and most recently was director of environmental planning for its Texas region. She was office leader in Houston from 2006 through 2011. Her work included the South Padre Island Second Access bridge project. HNTB is an infrastructure firm.
In Everett, Reid Middleton hired Ponce Capati as a BIM technician, Amir Heydari as an IT help desk technician, Lloyd Langevin as a senior party chief, Chris Halamek as a designer I, Danila Popov as a survey technician, Jennifer Johnson as a project engineer and Noman Shafi as a project designer. In Alaska, the firm hired David Tatarenko as a designer I.
Capati has over 20 years of CAD experience. Heydari has more than six years of IT experience. Langevin has 10 years of experience as a survey crew chief. Halamek has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Washington. Popov will be bring his experience to the survey group. Johnson has a professional engineer license and more than 20 years of experience. Shafi has 20 years of experience. Tatarenko received a master's in civil engineering from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Reid Middleton provides structural and civil engineering, land surveying and permitting services.