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To Managing Principal:
Keith Comes
Keith Comes
Keith Comes, AIA, LEED AP, is an Architect in NAC Architecture’s Spokane office who is working on projects such as Pullman High School in Pullman, Washington and the City of Redmond Recreation Master Plan in Redmond, Washington. Keith has Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degrees from Montana State University and has been with NAC Architecture for 22 years.
To Principal:
Dan Kurtz
Dan Kurtz
Dan Kurtz, AIA, LEED AP, is an Architect in the Spokane office and is currently managing the Kootenai Health Master Facility Plan, Phase 1 Expansion project in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, as well as the Community Hospital of Anaconda Addition and Modernization in Anaconda, Montana. Dan holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho.
Melissa McFadgen
Melissa McFadgen
Melissa McFadgen, AIA, LEED AP, is an Architect in the Spokane office. She is currently working on the Pullman High School Renovation and Reconstruction project in Pullman, Washington, as well as the People’s Community Center New Aquatic Facility in Tacoma, Washington. Melissa is a graduate of Montana State University, with a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree and a Master's of Architecture.
To Senior Associate:
Rob Paradiso
Rob Paradiso
Rob Paradiso is a drafter in the Spokane office currently working on the Pullman High School Renovation and Reconstruction, as well as the Salk Middle School Modernization for Spokane Public Schools. Rob has an Associate in Applied Science degree in Architectural Technology from Spokane Community College.
To Associate:
Angela Bishop
Angela Bishop
Angela Bishop, LEED AP, is an architect in the Spokane office who is currently working on the Ephrata High School Remodel in Ephrata, Washington, as well as the Pullman High School Renovation and Reconstruction. Angela has a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Architecture from the University of Idaho.
Brian Love
Brian Love
Brian Love, LEED AP, is an architectural technician in the Seattle office who is currently working on the Joe Redington Sr. Junior/Senior High School in Knik, Alaska. Brian has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Rice University.