2024 Promotions

By Hennebery Eddy

Hennebery Eddy has promoted three exceptional colleagues in recognition of their contributions to design excellence, client success, and firm operations.

Jennifer Dunn, AIA, of our Bozeman studio was named an associate principal. A talented architect and project manager with more than 15 years of experience, Jenn has focused her work on community-facing projects in higher education, science, and technology with the vision of bringing thoughtfully designed spaces to all. Jennifer is the project manager for Gianforte Hall, future home to Montana State University’s Gianforte School of Computing. This project is the first state-led mass timber project in Montana and will facilitate integrated curriculum and program development between the School of Computing and the university’s School of Film & Photography and School of Music. Jennifer also volunteers with Bozeman’s Roots Family Collaborative and Prospera Business Network. She holds a Master of Architecture from Montana State University.

Nick Sackos, AIA, of our Bend studio was named an associate. With a decade of experience, Nick has contributed to public libraries, K-12 schools, and higher education facilities. Recognized for his keen ability to foster collaboration and articulate design visions to stakeholders, Nick approaches each project as a collaboration, embracing dialogue and active listening. As a member of the City of Bend Public Works Campus team and an advocate for progressive design-build project delivery, Nick’s commitment to innovation and inclusivity is an example for colleagues, consultants, and clients. The Public Works Campus includes the City of Bend’s first mass timber facility, extensive use of mass plywood panels, and is designed to achieve Net-Zero Energy. Nick holds a Master of Architecture from Tulane University.

Dylan Evanston, IT manager based in our Portland studio, was named an associate. Dylan manages the firm’s network and systems operations and security, software licensing and hardware inventory, vendor relations, and comprehensive onsite and remote IT processes. With more than a decade of enterprise IT experience, Dylan embodies the firm’s value of “making others successful” by making technology approachable for users at various skill levels while prioritizing security, efficiency, and usability. Dylan has a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University.

In promoting Jennifer, Nick, and Dylan, we recognize their individual achievements and celebrate their collective contributions to Hennebery Eddy. Congratulations!