Rice Fergus Miller Announces Staff Credentials
Bremerton, WA—December 4, 2013
Rice Fergus Miller, a 45-person architecture, interior design, and planning firm announces newly earned professional credentials by staff.
Gena Lee, Interior Designer, NCIDQ, AAHID, has been certified by The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID). This organization certifies interior designers who, through qualification, demonstrate the knowledge, excellence, and commitment required to design in the highly specialized healthcare industry. The group is working to raise awareness of healthcare interior design and improve healthcare environments. Gena, a Senior Associate in the firm, joined Rice Fergus Miller in 2007 and works throughout the healthcare market.
Jason Ritter-Lopatowski, Designer, LEED AP, recently earned his LEED Accredited Professional credential from the United States Green Building Council. This credential signifies an active participant in the green building movement who contributes expertise to the design, construction, operations and maintenance of buildings and neighborhoods that save energy, use fewer resources, reduce pollution, and contribute to healthier environments for their occupants and the community. Jason focuses on hospitality and commercial projects at Rice Fergus Miller.
Rice Fergus Miller is located in downtown Bremerton and can be reached at www.rfmarch.com.