Firm names associate principal and three associates, recognizing exceptional project leadership and sustainable design advocacy
Hennebery Eddy Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of four staff members. Patrick Boyle, AIA was promoted to associate principal, and Michael Meade, AIA, Ashley Nored, NCIDQ, and Randall Rieks were named associates.
Patrick Boyle, AIA, associate principal, has nearly 30 years of design experience for major public facilities, transportation projects and the U.S. State Department. He was the project architect for the Port of Portland’s LEED Platinum certified headquarters building and is the senior project architect for Hennebery Eddy’s work on the Portland International Airport Terminal Balancing and Concourse E Expansion. His role includes coordinating a team of 20 architects and designers and over 30 consulting firms and working to develop sustainable strategies that integrate with existing systems at PDX. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon University.
Michael Meade, AIA, associate, serves as a project architect for the Portland International Airport Terminal Balancing and Concourse E Expansion. His expertise using technology to collaborate across design and consultant teams brings time- and cost-savings efficiencies to the complex 157,000-square-foot project. Mike is a leader of Hennebery Eddy’s building enclosure group, providing envelope resources and technical support to project teams. He sits on the board of the Portland Building Enclosure Council. Mike is a LEED Green Associate and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon.
Ashley Nored, NCIDQ, associate, is an interior designer and member of the firm’s sustainable design group. Since joining Hennebery Eddy in 2015, she has championed the firm’s AIA 2030 Commitment, advocating for sustainable design and net-positive solutions across the firm’s project portfolio. Ashley’s client work focuses on academic and civic projects, including the recently completed Bend Science Station, the Rogue Community College Health Professions Building, and the Sherman County Justice Building. Ashley is NCIDQ certified, is LEED AP ID+C credentialed, and a member of the International Interior Design Association. She has a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Oregon State University.
Randall Rieks, associate, is a senior project designer and certified construction document technologist through the Construction Specifications Institute. Randall’s exceptional project technical development, project management, and zoning and building code knowledge has resulted in Hennebery Eddy’s successful delivery of numerous public agency projects; he also provides firm-wide spec writing support ranging from materials to systems specifications. Randall is currently working on the design and construction administration of Clackamas Fire District Station 16 and Station 19. He holds technical associates degrees in architecture from Anthem College and in digital drafting from Chemeketa Community College, and is a LEED Green Associate.