Hennebery Eddy Architects has expanded its design team, welcoming two architects, a design staff member, and an interior designer.
L-R: Emily Greene, AIA; Josh Stein, AIA; Danae Burck; Jessy Miguel
Emily Greene, AIA has rejoined Hennebery Eddy as a project architect. Greene is designing the rehabilitation of the Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse roof in Eugene, Ore., one of several projects Hennebery Eddy is completing for the General Services Administration. Her architectural design experience includes civic, higher education, and residential projects. Greene earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Idaho. She is a LEED Green Associate.
Project architect Josh Stein, AIA, brings a balanced approach of design and technical perspective to Hennebery Eddy’s work on the Portland Art Museum Rothko Pavilion and planning for the Alcan, Alaska Land Port of Entry on behalf of the General Services Administration. Stein’s 20 years of architectural and engineering experience includes resilient design for essential facilities, and design-build project delivery experience. Stein is a LEED Green Associate and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Architecture, both from Washington University in St. Louis.
Danae Burck joined Hennebery Eddy’s design staff and is working on Portland Community College’s Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center and the Portland International Airport Concourse E Extension, part of the Port of Portland’s PDXNext effort. Burck earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon Clark Honors College, where she was a student representative on the building committee during the firm’s rehabilitation of Chapman Hall. Burck is a LEED Green Associate.
Interior designer Jessy Miguel joined Hennebery Eddy, where she is specifying furniture and developing the design for custom millwork for the Portland International Airport Concourse E Extension. Jessy previously developed space planning concepts, furniture installation plans, and selected and specified furniture systems for corporate workspace projects. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from The Art Institute of Portland and is a LEED Green Associate.