Adding Staff to Support Your Needs

Ellen Lockwald

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Adding Staff to Support Your Needs

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As more clients turn to K2N Crest to meet their architectural, structural engineering and roof consulting needs, we have brought additional personnel on board to ensure that we continue to deliver prompt, expert service. Four new associates have joined our K2N team of experts. Meet our new team members:

New K2N Crest Team Members: Jamila, Steve, Ken and Rex

New K2N Crest Team Members: Jamila, Steve, Ken and Rex

  • Rex Meier—”I began my studies at Illinois Institute of Technology receiving a Bachelor of Science in Architecture in May 2015. I started at K2N Crest as an intern during the Summer of 2014 and became a full time employee in July 2015. My previous work experience was at a roofing and construction company.”
  • Steve Lentz— “I studied Architecture at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture in May 2011. I pursued further education at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, and graduated with a Masters of Architecture with a Structures Concentration in May 2014. I started with K2N Crest in January 2015.”
  • Ken Baumgartner—“I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and in 2013 with a Masters of Architecture with a Structures concentration from the University of Illinois. In July 2015, I put my drafting, modeling, and virtual building systems experience using AutoCAD, Revit, and Navisworks to work at K2N Crest.”
  • Jamila Aala-Amjad—“I have international experience in building architecture; combining my Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Morocco and Master of Integrated Building Delivery from Illinois Institute of Technology. Being qualified in IBPD and involved in different phases of project design allowed me to consolidate a wide range of assignments.”
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