Hennebery Eddy Welcomes Four Design Staff Members

Hennebery Eddy welcomes design staff members Jamie Huffman, Jason Smith, Jenny Ordonez, Matt Nicholson
L-R: Jamie Huffman, Jason Smith, Jenny Ordonez, Matt Nicholson

Hennebery Eddy is pleased to welcome the newest members of our design staff!

Jamie Huffman, LEED AP, brings institutional, commercial, and workplace design and project management experience from design roles in Portland and San Diego. Jamie’s work at Hennebery Eddy includes an 18,500-square-foot cafeteria and common area expansion of a corporate facility in Washington County and work with the General Services Administration. Prior to joining the firm, Jamie also owned a business that designed and fabricated custom furniture for residential and commercial clients. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University.

Jason Smith joined Hennebery Eddy after working in Vancouver, BC, on mixed-use, transit-oriented development, and for design firms in Detroit, where he worked on higher education and library projects. At Hennebery Eddy, Jason is a member of the design team for the Portland Art Museum Rothko Pavilion. Jason is an experienced still and animated renderer. He is a LEED Green Associate and has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University, and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of British Columbia.

Jenny Ordonez is applying her experience in educational building design and 3D modeling to a learning space project for Rogue Community College, and a historic rehabilitation/adaptive re-use hospitality project for KEX and Greenlight Development in Portland. Jenny has Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon and is a LEED Green Associate.

Matt Nicholson is combining his passion for the outdoors with design through work on the rehabilitation of an historic dormitory in Mammoth, WY, and a new maintenance facility in the Lake Historic District in Yellowstone National Park. Matt completed his bachelor’s degree in journalism and advertising from the University of Oregon, spent time in Colorado as a trail crew volunteer for Americorps, and returned to UO to earn his Master of Architecture. He is a LEED Green Associate.