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May 11, 2022












Integrus Architecture announced the advancement of five team members to Principal and six to Associate. TJ Hoving, SEGD (experiential graphic designer), Megan Onley, NCIDQ, IIDA (interior designer), Brian Rezentes, AIA, NCARB (project architect), Antoine Toth, RA (project architect) and Sara Wilder, AIA, LEED AP (Project Manager) have been promoted to Senior Partner.

Jason Bond, AIA (project architect), Tina Campanelle (Business Development Specialist), Steve Lee, MBA, CMP (Chief Information Technology Officer), Erik Peterson, RA (project architect), Brian Piippo, AIA, NCARB (senior project manager) and Bridgette Tinley (Associate in Architecture) were promoted to Associate.




Coughlin Porter Lundeen announced the promotion of three team members. Will Andres was promoted to civilian project manager. Andres is a project manager and liaison for education, commerce and healthcare clients. He has experience in the design-build of foundations and power line infrastructure projects in North America and in the construction of infrastructure for the commercial and educational markets.

Laura Lindman is now a structural project manager. Lindeman uses analytical and design skills to provide effective and appropriate solutions for the unique aspects of each project, from new construction to seismic retrofit of historic buildings. In support of the company’s commitment to the SE2050 challenge, Lindeman manages the assessment and calculation of the embodied carbon footprint of ongoing projects and is responsible for setting future reduction targets.

William Pierre was also promoted to structural project manager. Originally from New Zealand, William brings unique experiences and knowledge to his clients in the Pacific Northwest, equally adept at finishing one of the largest high schools in the state as he is at completely transforming a hotel. – historic downtown Seattle boutique. His areas of specialization – educational institutions and his passion for mass timber structures – have merged into two projects where CLT and DLT complement the district’s vision for a cleaner, more sustainable future, while respecting budget constraints and schedule.


Bryan Kardos joined Parametrix as Senior Construction Manager based in Seattle. He has 29 years of industry experience in public works inspection, quality assurance, zoning administration, plan review and planning meetings, landscaping landscaping and construction. Kardos recently joined Parametrix from the O’Neill Service Group, where he served as a senior construction inspector. He was previously with Parametrix in 2013. His project experience includes overseeing bridges, roundabouts, construction of community parks, community centers, subdivision infrastructure installations, roads, streetscapes and water treatment plants. At Parametrix, he will provide construction management services in support of the Washington State Department of Transportation’s SR 520 project.


Perteet announced that Denise Cieri joined its board of directors. Until two years ago when she started a consulting firm, Cieri worked for WSDOT as a program administrator on some of the state’s most important projects, including the SR 520 bridge replacement, the Alaskan Way overpass and the I-405 express toll lanes. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and a champion of public infrastructure and its role in our community.

Perteet is a 100% employee-owned, multidisciplinary engineering firm focused on improving the quality of life in Washington by solving transportation and infrastructure issues that make our communities more efficient, safer, and more efficient. .



Angela Gelfer joined the RGI team as a project geologist within the company’s geotechnical department. She brings over six years of experience supporting geotechnical engineering projects, carrying out water rights work, hydrogeological studies and construction monitoring. Gelfer earned her BS in Geology while attending Western Washington University and her MS in Environmental Science from the University of Oklahoma’s Hydrology and Water Safety program.

Jessica Babb joined the RGI team as a project geologist in the environmental department. She brings about seven years of professional experience. Most of his career has been focused on conducting Phase I environmental site assessments and due diligence investigations, as well as managing and overseeing soil and groundwater remediation for local gas stations and dry cleaners. Babb earned his Bachelor of Science in Geology while attending Western Washington University.



Darigold has hired Kristi Kangas as Chief Operating Officer, and promoted Duane Naluai to the Chief Customer Officer. The moves come as the 104-year-old dairy farmer seeks to fast-track some processing initiatives aimed at modernizing and globalizing the co-op, including building a new processing facility in Pasco and rebuilding a fire-damaged facility. at Caldwell. , Idaho. Kangas served as president and chief operating officer of Readington Farms, a multi-product producer of dairy and other packaged goods for its parent company, Wakefern Food. Prior to joining Readington, she held senior manufacturing positions at one of the country’s largest dairy producers and operational leadership positions at a global food production company. Naluai joined Darigold in 2017 as senior vice president of sales and marketing and head of the cooperative’s consumer products division. He was promoted to President of the Consumer Products Division in 2020. In his role as Chief Customer Officer, Naluai oversees the co-op’s business planning, customer experience, partner development, and national and domestic sales functions. world. Prior to joining Darigold, Naluai held senior positions in the consumer packaged goods industry and in professional services including marketing and investment banking. Seattle-based Darigold is the marketing and processing arm of the Northwest Dairy Association, which is owned by nearly 350 dairy farm families in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

David Lawson has joined Perkins Coie’s Trust & Estate Planning practice as a partner in the Seattle office. Lawson focuses his practice on advising tax-exempt organizations, philanthropists, and businesses engaged in philanthropy and social impact efforts. He provides tax advice to tax-exempt organizations and advises clients on issues related to governance of not-for-profit organizations, philanthropic structuring, and compliance with charitable trusts and solicitation. Lawson also has experience handling investigations and reviews by the IRS and state attorneys general, and he frequently works closely with federal and state agencies that oversee tax-exempt organizations and organizations. non-profit. Lawson received his JD from Harvard University. He is chair of the nonprofit corporations committee of the Washington State Bar Association. Lawson joins Perkins Coie from Davis Wright Tremaine.

Seattle-based Mason has named industry veterans Trevor Pagliara as vice president of sales and Samuel Northway as head of product design. Pagliara and Northway bring their collective expertise in global sales strategy and product design to Mason, enabling Mason to continue its mission of empowering innovators to rapidly develop and deliver connected smart devices in industries such as as healthcare, government, retail and hospitality. Mason also announced that the Mason Smart Device Platform has been recognized as a Bronze Stevie Winner in the “Emerging Technology” category of the 20th Annual American Business Awards. Pagliara has 20 years of experience executing rapid revenue growth for enterprises across SaaS, security, hardware and enterprise software. Northway has extensive experience in the areas of data-driven design systems, software and hardware development, as well as product and brand strategy. During his career, Northway has created products and brands for companies such as Goldman Sachs, AT&T, HBO, Time Warner and Google.


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