Photos, from left to right: Wayne Jenski, Courtney Conlan, Patrick Murphy, Barbara Audet, Jessica Johnson, Greg Everett
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini is pleased promote six individuals to Coordinator positions. Promotion to Coordinator recognizes these individuals' contributions, professionalism, and expertise in their fields.
Barbara Audet has more than 30 years of healthcare and commercial design experience. As a Certified Healthcare Interior Designer, Barbara's design philosophy relies on the twin strategies of patient-centered care and evidence-based design to ensure a healing environment.
Courtney Conlan is a licensed interior designer with a wide variety of experience in multi-family housing, healthcare, commercial, higher education, and government projects. Her goal is to make every project an enjoyable and memorable experience for everyone involved.
Greg Everett is an architect in D/P/S's healthcare practice area. He has over five years of experience assisting in the design and assessment of all sizes of medical projects, from one-room medical equipment remodels to multi-department hospitals and clinics. Greg brings a passion for researching and understanding the intricacies of healthcare facilities.
Architect Wayne Jenski is an experienced designer who has worked on a wide range of project types across the country. As part of D/P/S's education practice area, he specializes in the design of K-12 schools and brings additional expertise in enclosure design. His specialization in applying the latest in building science to the control systems of the enclosure design greatly increases the quality of public projects.
Jessica Johnson is an urban planner with a background in GIS analysis, historic preservation, planning, and landscape architecture. At D/P/S, she has contributed to several large-scale public projects, including the City of Albuquerque Comprehensive Plan and Unified Development Ordinance, Arrowhead Park Master Plan, and planning projects for the City of Peoria.
Architect Patrick Murphy has assisted in the design of educational facilities throughout the state, and has been instrumental in recent projects for the New Mexico School for the Deaf and the New Mexico Military Institute Lusk Hall renovation.