Rice Fergus Miller Adds Eleven
Bremerton, WA—October 21, 2008– Rice Fergus Miller PLLC, has added eleven new staff members, bringing the firm’s size to 40.
Bob Dooley joins Rice Fergus Miller with 39 years in architecture, with a specialty in healthcare planning and infection control. In addition to direct project work, he has mentored young architects interested in becoming medical planners. He has a broad knowledge of medical equipment and its impact on planning.
Sarah Johnson is a recent graduate from Oregon State University, with a Bachelors degree in Interior Design. Currently, she supports design projects with production of drawings and the selection of materials, colors and finishes. She has a special interest in hospitality design, healthcare design and sustainability.
Emily Winkles is a recent graduate with a Masters in Architecture from the University of Minnesota. She is assisting on Trillium Woods, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Plymouth, Minnesota. Emily works out of the Minnesota office.
Magen Force joins Rice Fergus Miller as the Marketing Coordinator. She works with the architectural teams and graphics department to create prospective project submittals, firm marketing collateral, marketing plans and branding guidelines. In addition she coordinates award submittals, website updates and daily marketing activities.
Matt King joins Rice Fergus Miller as a Project Manager with 16 years in the architectural industry. He specializes in healthcare, hospitality and senior living projects.
Jeff Weis is experienced in the full spectrum of the architectural process ranging from project proposals to design and construction documents. Jeff is assisting on Trillium Woods at the Minnesota office.
Vincent Stanchina is an Architect with a focus on healthcare and senior living projects. Vincent is proficient in all aspects of architecture including, code review, consultant coordination, design, drafting, detailing and construction administration. He joins the Trillium Woods team with 19.5 years of experience. He works out of the Minnesota office.