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Three New Faces at EUA Focused on Elevating Learning Potential

Three New Faces at EUA Focused on Elevating Learning Potential Banner Image

MILWAUKEE – Recently, Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) welcomed three new hires at their Milwaukee location. All three will all be part of the Learning Studio, providing tailored solutions for students, staff, and community members.

EUA has seen continuous growth in clients, projects and staff; making it one of the largest architectural firms in Wisconsin. Recognized for four consecutive years as a workplace of choice, EUA focuses on employee development through dedicated training time and an internal EUA:University quarterly course offering.

Maggie Hogan Skaug – Project Architect
With 10 years of experience and LEED BD+C Accreditation, Maggie offers a great deal of insight from past work as well as knowledge of current and future LEED standards and sustainability trends. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science from Marquette University as well as a Masters of Architecture from UWMilwaukee.

Roberto Jaimes – Project Specialist
Coming from a Chicago firm, Roberto holds a Bachelors of Architecture from UW-Milwaukee as well as a Master of Architecture from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Mary Burke – Project Specialist
Returning to her home state from Chicago, Mary holds a Bachelors of Architecture from UW-Milwaukee as well as a Master of Architecture from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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.

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