Hennebery Eddy Architects has promoted architects Nick Byers, Dawn Carlton, and Camilla Cok to associate. Each of the Portland designers has been involved in the design of significant, award-winning projects for the firm.
Nick Byers, AIA, LEED, incorporates sustainable design principles into his portfolio of academic and commercial tenant improvement projects at Hennebery Eddy, resulting in high-performance, award-winning buildings. His projects include the Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship at Montana State University, which achieved LEED Gold certification and a Montana AIA design award; renovation of the historic Melrose Hall and Walker Hall at Linfield College; and the LEED Gold-certified renovation of the Sparks Athletic Center at Willamette University. Byers is project architect for the Clackamas Community College Harmony West Building, currently under construction; that project will reinforce a unified campus and integrate with existing community resources. He also oversees the firm’s summer internship program. A graduate of the University of New Mexico and the University of Oregon Master of Architecture program, Byers joined Hennebery Eddy in 2012.
Dawn Carlton, AIA, LEED, is a designer whose work at Hennebery Eddy has focused on academic historic projects. She was project architect for the renovation of Oregon State University’s Strand Agricultural Hall, which was recognized with a 2016 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation, Reuse, and Community Revitalization from Restore Oregon. Carlton is an accomplished watercolorist; she was recognized with an award from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators for a watercolor rendering of the firm’s design for the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation’s engine house. Currently serving as project architect for the renovation of historic Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, now under construction, Carlton joined Hennebery Eddy in 2010 and has a Master of Architecture degree from the Montana State University School of Architecture.
Camilla Cok, AIA, LEED, has more than a decade of experience designing academic, commercial, and civic projects. Passionate about sustainable design, she has led the firm’s efforts to continually improve its sustainable design processes. Cok’s recent work at Hennebery Eddy includes the design and documentation of several award-winning projects, including Cascades Academy of Central Oregon and Multnomah County Rural Fire Protection District 10 Fire Station 76. She is project architect for design efforts underway for Clackamas County Fire District #1 and serves as a member of the Gresham Design Commission. A graduate of the Montana State University School of Architecture with a Master of Architecture degree, Cok joined Hennebery Eddy in 2011.