ECI/Hyer Announces New Employees
Anchorage firm ECI/Hyer Architecture and Interiors would like to announce the addition of several new staff members: Stephanie Cuvelier-Holenda, Carlie Douglas, and Cara Parker.
Stephanie Cuvelier-Holenda and her husband transferred from Portland, Oregon last fall. Stephanie has a background in horticulture but she’s currently exploring new endeavors as ECI/Hyer’s administrative assistant. In this position, she helps manage travel and schedules of ECI/Hyer’s principals and staff, while handling all front desk operations and firm procedures.
Carlie Douglas received a Bachelor of Architecture, cum laude, from the Illinois Institute of Technology she went on to complete school last year with a Master of Arts in Urban Design from Newcastle University in England. Carlie was born and raised in Wasilla.
Cara Parker graduated with high honors from the Art Institute of Portland in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. Cara is a LEED Green Associate, promoting sustainability in building projects by the implementation of better environmental and health performance strategies. Having recently moved to Anchorage from Kenai, Cara’s work experience has focused on community projects in and around the Kenai Peninsula, including various renovation and tenant improvement projects for Central Peninsula General Hospital.
Carlie and Cara are currently working on tenant improvements for an Anchorage medical/rehabilitative facility.
ECI/Hyer is a client-oriented architecture, planning, and interior design firm that strives for excellence in community-based design.