Kumin adds Technical Design Staff
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Jeff Lintelman has joined Kumin as a Designer, focusing on architectural CAD design. Jeff has twenty-two years of expertise in all forms of drafting and project assistance, gained through working with several Alaskan architecture and engineering firms. He has worked on a variety of project types, including academic, hospitality, healthcare, airports, military, residential and government facilities. Past projects range from local restaurants, schools, car dealerships, public safety buildings and offices, to hospitals, labs and churches.
Jeff’s focus and eye for detail have already proven to be a valuable asset to the Kumin team. He is currently working on the Southcentral Foundation Children’s Dental Clinic and Medical Office Building project, on the campus of the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage.
Jeff holds degrees from the North American School of Drafting in Pennsylvania, and the High-Tech Institute in Phoenix. A long-time Alaskan, Jeff and his wife have traveled numerous times to Russia, visiting with his wife’s family and exploring historical, architectural and cultural sites. These include The State Hermitage Museum, Saint Isaac’s Cathedral in Saint Petersburg, Tsarskoye Selo (also known as The Catherine Palace or Summer Palace) in Pushkin, Peter the Great’s palace and estate in Peterhof, and the Kremlin and grounds in Moscow, along with the cities of Kazan, Vladimir, Suzdal, Gus-Khrustalny, Volgograd and many others. Jeff also enjoys collecting stamps and rare coins.
Kumin was founded in 1977 in Anchorage, Alaska. Services include architecture, master planning and interior design for urban, rural and remote facilities. For more information, visit kuminalaska.com.