Philip Riedel, AIA, CEFP, LEED BD+C, is an Architect in NAC Architecture’s Seattle office who specializes in educational planning and design. He is currently managing the replacement and modernization of Wilson High School for Tacoma Public Schools, bond planning for Sumner School District and the construction of Sierra High School, a new charter school in Seattle. Philip is the Chair of the firm’s Sustainability Community of Practice and a former President of the Washington Chapter of CEFPI. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Boston Architectural College.
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John Eckert, AIA is an Architect in NAC Architecture’s Spokane office. He has recently managed projects in the healthcare studio including the East Adams Rural Health Renovation, the Columbia Basin Hospital Addition and Renovation, Benewah Medical Center and the Rockwood South Hill Summit Tower Addition. John has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho.
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Rob Kuffel, AIA, LEED AP is an Architect in NAC Architecture’s Spokane office. He is currently working on the new Residence Hall at Montana State University and worked on the recently completed Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center. Rob has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Montana State University.
Don McKinney, CSI, CCCA is a Construction Contract Administrator and Cost Estimator in the Spokane office who is currently working on multiple projects for the Moses Lake School District, Barker High School and Early Learning Center for Central Valley School District, Salk Middle School for Spokane Public Schools, and the Pullman High School Renovation and Reconstruction. Don has a Bachelor of Science degree from Montana State University and has 34 years of professional experience.
Cheryl Jacobs, AIA, LEED BD+C is an Architect in the Seattle office who is currently the Project Architect for the Hamlin Robinson School and the Wilson High School Phase Two projects. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon.
Jill Kurtz, AIA is an Architect in the Spokane office who works in the healthcare studio. Currently she is managing the University District Health Clinic on the Washington State University Riverpoint Campus, as well as the new Clearwater Valley Hospital Clinic and the East Adams Rural Health Renovation. Jill has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho.
Dustin Rush is NAC Architecture’s IT Systems Administrator and is responsible for planning, designing, upgrading and maintaining server, storage, network and other technology systems. Dustin studied Computer Network Systems at ITT Technical Institute in Spokane.