MILWAUKEE – Throughout 2016, Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) has welcomed many new faces to its different studios. This month five new faces (three shown above) joined EUA ready to make an impact for EUA’s clients.
As one of the largest architectural firms in Wisconsin, EUA is dedicated to constant improvement in our staff. Through dedicated training times and internal EUA:University courses, EUA has been repeatedly recognized as a top workplace of choice.
Our newest employees bring valuable opinions, ideas and talent that will further EUA’s initiatives. Employee backgrounds include:
Tory joins EUA’s Learning Environments team as a Project Specialist. He holds a Master of Architecture from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Having worked with other local firms, Tory is excited about the opportunities available to him with EUA not only in personal achievement, but also in the scope of projects.
Joining EUA’s Madison office as a Senior Designer with emphasis in Interiors, Renee offers her knowledge to the Madison Studio. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. After working remotely as an associate principal with Denver based Burkett Design, she is excited to be able to work more closely with both her team and clients on their projects.
Bill is also joining EUA’s Madison office as a Project Architect for the Madison Studio. He received his Master of Architecture from University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Returning to the Midwest after five years with Gensler San Francisco, Bill offers his extensive knowledge in large corporate workplace design to his team.
Steven joins EUA’s Learning Environments team as an Interior Designer. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design with an emphasis on Environment, Textiles and Design from University of Wisconsin-Madison. With over 16 years of interior design experience, Steven’s passion and understanding of integrative design will help each client’s project become a reality.
Joining as a Project Architect, Julie will be working with the Learning Environments team in our Madison office. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Studies from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Being able to see the big picture of a client’s project while understanding the small intricate details needed for the design, Julie works with clients to help them understand what can make their dreams come to life.
For anyone interested in working for Milwaukee’s largest architecture firm and an employer of choice, please visit EUA’s Careers page to view current openings.