Personalities & Practices
EngineersSix engineers in the Martin/Martin Inc. Consulting Engineers’ Colorado and Wyoming offices have become licensed professional engineers.
The civil or structural engineers in Colorado are: Renee Anderson, Kyle Messmer, Nicholas Remington, Kristina Stoll and Nathan Marshall.
Structural engineer Amanda Miller received her Wyoming license. She is part of the Structural Solutions Martin/Martin Inc. group, based in Cheyenne. With a staff of about 155, Martin/Martin now has 88 licensed professional engineers.
Jared Britton recently joined Envision Engineering of Salt Lake City as a senior lighting designer. Britton is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in architectural engineering. He is the current president of the Illumination Engineering Society of North America, Utah Chapter, and has almost a decade of experience in lighting design.
Holly Buck and Lyle DeVries were recently promoted to principal at Centennial, Colo.’s Felsburg Holt & Ullevig .
Buck joined FHU in 2001 and has since become one of the firm’s top transportation planners. Adding to her accomplishments over the last 15 years, she was recently recognized as an Outstanding Woman in Engineering by the American Council of Engineering Cos. of Colorado.
DeVries joined FHU in 1998 after earning his master’s degree in transportation engineering at the University of California Berkeley. He is part of the firm’s professional team on major corridor studies, alternatives analyses and traffic operations and safety studies. He has also been pivotal in helping FHU expand its geographic reach to South Dakota and Wyoming.
David Sutherland, director of strategic workforce planning and reporting at Denver-based CH2M Hill, has been appointed to the 2010 Executive Advisory Board of the Human Capital Institute. He will serve on the Workforce Planning Board Committee along with representatives from Motorola, Google, Raytheon and McKesson Corp.
Sutherland has considerable experience delivering metrics on all aspects of the global workforce, creating company-wide headcount forecasts and driving the assessment of skill levels for critical positions.
Sutherland graduated from Boston College with a degree in finance and is a Six Sigma green belt.
Brian Parker of MHTN Architects Inc. recently earned the designation of Recognized Educational Facility Planner from the Council of Educational Facility Planners International. He is one of only three architects in Utah to earn this mark of distinction.
Parker has been employed at MHTN Architects for 10 years and is a design principal at the firm. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Utah and recently completed San Diego State University’s Advanced Certificate Program for Educational Facility Planning.
Dan Schneider of Boulder Associates Architects was recently named senior associate.
Schneider joined the firm’s Boulder office in 2003. He is a registered architect in Colorado and California and a LEED AP BD+C. In 2009 he relocated to Boulder Associates’ San Francisco project office to work on the Van Ness Medical Office Building. His expertise in the Choosing By Advantages Decisionmaking System has made him an asset to the project, which is using an integrated project delivery team approach to increase productivity and reduce costs.
Boulder Associates also named the following employees as associates, all from the Boulder office: Jason Christiansen, Darin Hendrixson, Paula Sullivan and Michael Zabritski.
Fentress Architects recently promoted the following individuals at its Denver headquarters: Agatha Kessler, principal; Carl Goodiel, associate; Jason Knowles, associate; and Peter Stavenger, associate.