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With more than 20 years working in the industry, Mia Marshall has exemplified herself as a multifaceted designer and nimble business leader. Mia has been with the EHS team for more than 10 years. And across that time, she has gone from an interior designer to a firm principal. When she’s not managing multiple projects, she’s out securing new clients and participating in local real estate community organizations. We chatted with Mia about her influences, insights, and challenges and discovered what led her to her success today. 

For this installment of the EHS Design Casual Conversation Series, we present A Casual Conversation with Mia Marshall.

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New Hire at EHS Design

SEATTLE, Wash. (September 11, 2014) – EHS Design, Inc. has recently added a new staff member to its roster of architects and interior designers. 

EHS is happy to welcome Sean Chen to its team of architects and interior designers. Sean joins EHS Design as an Intern Architect with diverse experience in international, residential, and retail projects. Sean’s multi-cultural background and diverse experience allow him to present refreshing and relevant viewpoints to clients. Sean is also a proponent and expert user of Revit and CAD.

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Whether it’s working with IT to keep our systems running smoothly or meticulously designing projects in CAD and Revit, Mike Nelson is an integral member of our team. With nearly 15 years in the industry, and almost 10 years at EHS, he works to craft, visualize, and implement designs across many different projects. We chatted with Mike about his influences, insights, and challenges and developed an outline of what led him to his success today. 

 

For our newest installment of the EHS Design Casual Conversation Series, we present A Casual Conversation with Mike Nelson.

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A multifaceted architect and project manager, Grace Robinson has accomplished quite a bit across her nearly 31 years working in the industry. She has been with EHS for more than 10 years designing, implementing, and ensuring only the highest quality of work is put toward projects. And if she’s not overseeing the development of a new structure, she’s probably traveling across the country exploring national parks. 

 

We chatted with Grace about her influences, insights, and challenges and developed an outline of what led her to her success today. For our newest installment of the EHS Design Casual Conversation Series, we present A Casual Conversation with Grace Robinson.

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Now an integral part of the EHS team, Kari has been with our firm for more than 16 years; but, she has been planning, designing, and tuning interior environments as an interior designer for the better part of 20 years. And when she’s not working on a project, you may just find her creating some Shrinky Dink jewelry. We chatted with Kari about her influences, insights, and challenges and developed an outline of what led her to her success today. 

 

For our newest installment of the EHS Design Casual Conversation Series, we present A Casual Conversation with Kari Kaufman.

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Remembering Paul Schell
By Jack Emick

Upon hearing about Paul Schell’s passing this last Sunday I turned on the local news report in time to hear this as the lead story. His many accomplishments and qualities that all of Seattle knows: past Seattle mayor, lawyer, philanthropic leader, visionary, and developer.

It’s as a developer I knew him best, as the head of Cornerstone Development. He hired EHS as one of the design consultants for the ambitious waterfront development which Cornerstone had embarked upon.  We worked for him for several years on many projects. It was a bold move on his part to hire a small little known design firm to be part of that endeavor. He treated everyone with the utmost respect but required a high degree of effort, design excellence, and a rare component – FUN. To him, Cornerstone, tenants, investors, consultants were family and we worked together harmoniously.

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