Supp has 13 years of experience designing large, complex projects both domestically and internationally. With a portfolio spanning stadiums and cultural venues to university facilities, he brings a rigorous approach to the tight schedules and budgets that these types of projects entail. Some of his notable projects include Seattle University's Arena Study and Connolly Hall; the 250,000-sq-ft Zhejiang University Museum of Art and Archeology in Hangzhou, China; and the 45,000-seat Arena Das Dunas, FIFA World Cub stadium in Natal, Brazil. Supp has also been published internationally for his work and has served as a guest critic at Columbia University, Pratt Institute and New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, New York.
Safety and Health Manager
Wolfley began his career as a technical recruiter before transferring to URS's safety department. He has since earned three URS Presidents Awards for his work as the safety and health manager of the Washington River Protection Solutions project, which achieved the highest Dept. of Energy safety ranking in 2012 with an 87% rate reduction in OSHA recordable injuries and a 100% reduction in lost workday cases. Since 2008, he has supported, trained and/or mentored more than 300 professionals toward successful completion of the certified Safety Trained Supervisor program. He currently serves on the board of the Certified Safety Professional Certificate Advisory Committee. In addition, Wolfley was named one of ENR Northwest's 2014 Top Young Professionals.