We are delighted to announce the promotions of ten EHDD team members who will continue to advance the firm’s vision to create a collectively greater future for our clients, society, and the environment. These individuals inspire their colleagues with their leadership, hard work, and dedication to EHDD. The promotions include four Associates, three Senior Associates, and three Principals.
Conor Dunn, AIA
As a skilled listener and communicator, Conor brings a blend of artful and pragmatic solutions to the most complex planning and construction problems. He has worked for various higher education institutions, including the University of California, private universities and community colleges, housing and community spaces, and academic medical and research centers.
Daniel Leckman, RA
With a diverse architectural background from healthcare facilities to strawbale structures, Daniel is an efficient and methodical architect who brings a deep understanding of technical detailing, building materials/systems, and construction document production to all his projects. Daniel currently serves as project manager on projects with both the Port of Seattle and several public jurisdictions.
With a rich background in arts and administration, Eilish has been instrumental in elevating EHDD’s office culture and practice. As Executive Assistant, she has supported principal leadership on office operations and community engagement initiatives. She has contributed to several graphic projects, including feature art wall design for the new UCSD Design and Innovation building and the Cupertino Library Expansion Project.
Jing Liu, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
With a keen sense of organization and articulation, Jing advances discourse around efficient tools and workflows in the office. She recently served as the Project Architect on the Library Renovation at California State University Stanislaus and Project Manager for Marin Academy’s Aquatic Center. Active in the design community, Jing is the Chair of AIA San Francisco’s Mentorship Committee.
SiJing Sanchez, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
With a strong design sensibility and ability to bring multiple voices together, SiJing is exceptionally skilled at managing the full design team to move projects forward and on schedule. She is currently leading the Child Development Center project at California State University, Stanislaus which will serve as a model teaching and learning laboratory site for the community, university, students, children, and their families.
Erik Barr, AIA
With over twenty years of architectural experience, Erik brings vital design and construction knowledge to the team and is committed to mentoring younger designers. He has worked on notable projects for civic clients including the Goldendale Observatory State Park in Goldendale, WA and the Juanita Beach Park Bathhouse in Kirkland, WA
Doris Guerrero, AIA, NOMA, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C
Inspired by communities near and far, Doris puts the user at the center of her design thinking and explores how people delight in their surroundings. She leads the Interiors Group and brings strategic direction and focus to the practice. In addition to her role at EHDD, Doris teaches at the California College of the Arts and serves on the AIA San Francisco Board of Directors.
Lynne Riesselman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Focusing on creating spaces that engage and inspire with a lasting impact on the greater public, Lynne has brought a rigorous design ethic to museums and cultural centers, aquariums, higher education, and commercial projects. She is currently leading the Kansas City Zoo Aquarium project and previously worked on the Marine Science Institute of Redwood City and the Presidio Tunnel Tops Youth Campus.
Quyen Luong, AIA
Bringing imagination and sensitivity for executing complex projects, Quyen approaches design with the intent of transforming the everyday into the unexpected and translating concepts into places that embody an institution’s core mission. She has worked on the Pacific Visions expansion at the Aquarium of the Pacific, UC Davis Tercero Student Housing, and the National Aquarium of New Zealand.
Steve Dangermond, RA, LEED AP BD+C
Committed to design excellence and social functionality, Steve designs sustainable and delightful buildings. He has led the design of several award-winning projects including the Global Ecology Research Center at Stanford University, the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, and the Sanford Homestake Visitor Center in South Dakota. We welcome Steve back to EHDD after leading his own practice in Portland, Oregon the past 15 years.