RIM Architects adds two design staff; promotes an Associate to Principal
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Tim Ridenour, AIA NCARB, has been promoted from Associate to Principal of RIM Architects. With 19 years of experience in architectural design and general contracting, Tim excels in project coordination from design through construction. Since joining RIM in 2004, Tim has established himself as a skilled project architect and project manager, providing services for RIM projects including the Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center, numerous projects for Providence Alaska Medical Center, and new Target stores in Anchorage and Wasilla. He has led the firm in exploration and implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology for the firm’s four offices. Tim earned a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture from Montana State University and is a Registered Architect in Alaska. RIM Architects is pleased to include him in the ownership group of Principals.
Brian Stump, AIA, has rejoined RIM Architects after being away for three years, working on residential projects. Previously, Brian worked for RIM Architects for five years as an intern-architect, making significant contributions to projects such as the Alaska Dance Theatre, CITC-Non-Profit Center, and 14-story JL Tower. Brian is a Registered Architect in Alaska and has a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University. RIM is thrilled to have him back with the firm.
Matt Geserick has joined RIM Architects as a Level I Design Assistant. Matt earned a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Idaho. He participated in the Study Abroad Program, interning at a studio in Rome, Italy, and also served internships at architectural and construction firms. He is pursuing professional architectural registration.
Posted: May 2, 2013