Dykeman Architects, an architectural firm specializing in bringing imagination and efficiency to everyday destinations, has announced the promotion of Corey Wright to associate. At Dykeman, Wright has demonstrated thoughtful design, attention to detail, and technical excellence throughout his various projects in the design and construction of new and remodeled K-12 projects.
Wright has an Associate of Applied Science Degree from the Lake Washington Institute of Technology and obtained a Construction Document Technologist Certification from the Construction Specification Institute. He has years of experience in space planning, design, phasing, and construction administration, which have enabled him to be well-versed in the collaboration and communication necessary for executing a successful project from programming through construction.
Dykeman Architects has also announced the hiring of Shin Goto, Kate Stein, and Katie Farris. Goto joins the team with 25 years of architectural experience, having previously owned his own architecture firm. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in architecture from the University of Washington. Taking on the role of project architect, he will be responsible for managing projects and supporting the project teams.
Stein joins the Dykeman team as an interior designer, with her role including space planning as well. Prior to Dykeman, Stein worked commercial tenant improvement projects in office, retail, and early education. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in interior architecture from the University of Idaho.
Farris takes on the role of project administrator, where she will be assisting the principals, project managers, and project teams with contract development, streamlining the administrative processes, assisting with construction administration, and planning office events. Farris previously worked at a design firm in Seattle, Washington, as a project administrator and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in criminal justice from Washington State University.