Members in the News

11Degenkolb Promotes Allied Member Gross
In addition to promoting Shane Gross, Allied AIA to Associate Principal, Degenkolb also promoted: Cal Ash and Mike Braund to Principal, Devon Lumbard and Kyle Steuck to Associate Principal, Mahmoud Hachem to Senior Associate and Tim Nelson and Jeff Roi to Associate. Congratulations!

ELS Promotes
Amnuay AmnuaydejkornKenneth LorettoWilliam GordonSusan VutzCarlos Alvarez
Kim-Van TruongVince TaboadaPatrick Bartlett
From left to right, first row: Am Amnuaydejkorn, AIA Associate, Kenneth M. Loretto, AIA Senior Associate, William S. Gordon Jr., AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Associate, Susan Vutz, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Associate Carlos Alvarez, Associate AIA, Senior Associate
Second row: Kim-Van Truong, Associate AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Associate, Vince Taboada, AIA, LEED Green Associate, Associate, Patrick Bartlett, AIA, NCARB, Associate

Mull Moves
Jo-Lynn Mull, AIA has moved to Austin, recently stating, “it wasn’t hard to say goodbye to California, just all the wonderful people there.” We wish her all the best!

Kobick Gets Licensed (in Vermont?)
New member Tyler Kobick, AIA, of Design Draw Build, Inc., has earned his license…in Vermont! Now he just needs to tackle the CSE.

12Architect Douglas Strout, Healthcare Designer,
Planner and Practice Leader, Joins RATCLIFF
Doug Strout, AIA, a broadly experienced healthcare designer and planner possessing an extensive portfolio of inpatient hospital and ambulatory care facilities with specialization in cancer care design and hospital master planning, has joined RATCLIFF.

Letter from Howard to Sidney
It took a while to complete the negotiations, but I am now under contract for a nice residential project in Lafayette—thanks to you and the AIA East Bay. I understand from my client that she got my name from the AIA—which I assume is you. After interviewing several candidates—perhaps other names you may have provided—I finally learned today that I was selected. The benefits of membership!!!
-Howard McNenny, AIA


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