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BUSINESS BRIEF Promotions at Rice Fergus Miller

Rice Fergus Miller recently announced the promotions of six staff members.

Andy Kosusko was named a principal and specializes in senior living design and currently leads the design of the firm’s largest project, Timber Ridge at Talus, a $150 million continuing care retirement community in Issaquah. He is a licensed architect and a LEED accredited professional.

Bob Guyt, Ed McManamna and Jeremy Southerland were named senior associates. Guyt, a licensed architect with 20 years of experience and a LEED-accredited professional, is a project manager for health care and hospitality projects and coordinates the firm’s intern development program.

McManamna, also an architect and LEED-accredited professional, is the firm’s project manager for fire and emergency services projects in jurisdictions throughout Western Washington.

Southerland, an architecture graduate of the University of Texas, specializes in health care design and is the creator of the firm’s visualization lab, a multimedia department producing graphic design, animation, Web design and film.

Jamie Osterman and Craig Caligiuri are new associates. Osterman, an accredited interior designer with the firm since 2000, leads many of Rice Fergus Miller’s community support initiatives and is a United Way board member.

Caligiuri has a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Minnesota and is a LEED-accredited professional. He manages the firm’s recently opened Minneapolis office and leads the firm’s building information modeling technology.

Rice Fergus Miller also opened an office in Minneapolis. The office is staffed with a team of four to include architects and technical designers from Minnesota.

Rice Fergus Miller is an architecture, interior design and planning firm headquartered in downtown Bremerton. For more information about the firm, call (360) 377-8773 or visit www.rfmarch.com.

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