Rice Fergus Miller Announces Promotions
Bremerton, WA—September 28, 2012
Rice Fergus Miller, a 35-person architecture, interior design and planning firm, has announced promotions of four employees.
Jeremy Southerland, LEED AP, has been promoted to Principal in the firm. Jeremy is a designer and project manager who focuses on healthcare and senior living projects. He leads the firm’s integrated VizLab and holds a ACM SIGGRAPH designation. He actively promotes sustainable practices within projects across the firm’s markets. Jeremy also sits on the City of Bremerton’s Design Review Board.
Jennifer Frost, NCIDQ® Certificate No. 027363, has been promoted to Principal in the firm. Jennifer is an interior designer with a focus on hospitality, senior housing, and healthcare. Outside of her project work, Jennifer founded the firm’s university recruitment program, helps coordinate continuing education programs in the office and is also involved with many of the industry organizations throughout the Northwest.
Matt King, LEED AP BD+C®, WSSHE has been promoted to Senior Associate. Matt is an architect and project manager who focuses on healthcare services. Matt has 20 years of combined experience working as a builder, designer and project manager.
Reuben Rios has been promoted to Associate. Reuben is a Technical Designer focusing on senior living projects. His expertise in technical coordination touches many projects throughout the firm.
Rice Fergus Miller is located in downtown Bremerton and can be reached at www.rfmarch.com.