Engineers

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The RMH Group of Lakewood, Colo., recently added six employees to its staff: Tracey Fisher, lighting designer and energy engineer; Brett Lee, electrical engineer; Don Cherry, electrical engineer; Jerad Meidinger, electrical engineer; Amy Laabs, drafter; and Dave McClellan, civil engineer.

Salt Lake City-based Reaveley Engineers + Associates recently made the following staff appointments.

Michael Buehner has been made a principal. A graduate of the University of Utah, he has been with Reaveley for 12 years. During that time, he has contributed to the Huntsman Cancer Institute Phases IIA and IIB, the U of U Warnock Engineering Building, the U of U Marriott Library Seismic Upgrade and the USU Bingham Entrepreneurship & Energy Research Center in Vernal, Utah.

Loren K. Shanks
SHANKS
Justin Nadauld
NADAULD
Michael Buehner
BUEHNER

Justin Nadauld has been with the firm for seven years and was made an associate. The University of Utah graduate contributed to the O.C. Tanner Flagship Retail Store Seismic Upgrade and Renovation and is currently working on the Salt Lake City U.S. District Courthouse.

Roger Nadauld came to the firm as a precast/GFRC specialist. He has 30 years experience in this highly specialized area and manages RE+A precast work. His portfolio includes precast on the retail portions of City Creek Center, 222 South Main, Eaglegate Tower and Energy Solutions Arena.

Loren K. Shanks of Boulder, Colo.-based Drexel Barrell & Co. was recently promoted to associate principal. He joined the firm in 1989 and became a member of the ownership group in 2004 as an associate. In 2006 he was promoted to senior associate.

Shanks is the regional manager of Drexel Barrell’s Greeley office and a professional land surveyor in Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming, and a certified federal surveyor with more than 25 years experience in the field.

Architects

Matt Knoll recently joined the Coeur d’Alene office of Architects West as client development director. He will be responsible for business development and long-term relationship management throughout Architects West’s market region of Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon.

Gabrielle Buglewicz
BUGLEWICZ
Erin Braunstein
BRAUNSTEIN
Matt Knoll
KNOLL

H+L Architecture of Denver recently added six new employees to its health-care design team: Erin Braunstein, project architect; Gabrielle Buglewicz, architectural intern; Heather Ludwig Greenfield, architectural intern; Neil Osher, architectural Revit specialist; Patrick Simpson, architectural intern; and Todd Wyatt, project architect.

Heery International recently added four staff members to its Denver office: Eric Eschenbrenner, Tasnee McClanahan, Paul Wight and Mark Olsen.

Eschenbrenner has more than nine years of architectural experience, with the last six focused on health-care design. Since joining Heery as a project architect, he has been a part of the design for the 78,000-sq-ft Denver Health Pavilion M Medical Office Building that broke ground in June.

McClanahan joined Heery as an intern architect and brings more than 21 years of experience. She is currently working on the design competition for a six-story, 250,000-sq-ft hospital expansion project in Bermuda and the 200,000-sq-ft Aspen Valley Hospital Expansion.

Olsen joined Heery’s Denver office as an intern architect. Since joining the firm, he has been involved with the construction documents for Aspen Valley Hospital Addition and a space utilization study for Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver.

With 14 years of construction management experience, Wight joins Heery as a project manager for Boulder Valley School District. He is involved with the district’s $297-million general obligation bond passed in 2006 for a six-year program of over 50 remodels and school additions.