People in the news, May 4
Mike Miller retires from Rice Fergus Miller
Mike Miller, an architect at Rice Fergus Miller, will retire this month after 19 years as a principal and owner of the Bremerton, WA-based architecture, interiors and planning firm.
Miller led the design of senior living and healthcare facilities, complementing the company’s focus on community architecture and planning. He was welcomed as a fellow owner of the firm in 2002.
Moving forward, Jennifer Fleming and Greg Belding, both principals and owners, will co-lead the operations of the firm. They both have worked alongside Miller.
Miller was responsible for projects demonstrating longevity of Rice Fergus Miller’s client relationships, including Emerald Communities’ Emerald Heights in Redmond, WA, and Heron’s Key in Gig Harbor, WA.