Blog - Our People

Dekker/Perich/Sabatini Announces Promotions

Meet our new Advisor, Associates, and Coordinators!

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Adrienne Lewis Relocates to D/P/S Phoenix Office

Adrienne Lewis, an associate and architect at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini since 2002, has made the move from Albuquerque to our Phoenix office. Experienced in a variety of public sector projects, Adrienne will continue to serve as a project manager and as a technical and quality assurance expert in the firm.

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Congratulations to our new Coordinators!

D/P/S is pleased to announce Coordinator promotions!

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Autodesk Impact Speaker Series: Pursuing the 2030 Challenge with Iterative Building Performance Analysis

Brandon Garrett and Aaron Ketner, leaders of our Building Performance Analysis Team, were invited to participate in Autodesk's "Impact Speaker" series and share how they've leveraged technology to support sustainable design and D/P/S's AIA 2030 Commitment.

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Continuum: Changing the Way We Collaborate

As lifelong learners, we are driven by a desire to share information—freely and continuously. Continuum brings D/P/S employees together to talk about design, ask questions, and share the things that inspire them. Here you will find our approach to sharing and learning.

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Connect with D/P/S at Upcoming Events

Join Dekker/Perich/Sabatini as we share our insights at conferences and events across the country.

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Mimi Burns earns SITES Accredited Professional Credential

D/P/S principal and landscape architect Mimi Burns adds SITES AP to LEED and WELL AP credentials, and advocates for design that benefits people and the environment.

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Emily Allen and Hannah Feil Greenhood Selected as ENR Southwest Top Young Professionals

ENR Southwest announced its 2018 Top Young Professionals -- individuals who demonstrate excellence in the design and construction industry.

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Margaret Cornelius Earns WELL Accredited Professional Credential

The WELL AP credential signifies specialization in the WELL Building Standard (WELL), an evidence and performance-based system for measuring, certifying and monitoring design features that impact human health.

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Senior Living Design Architect Joins D/P/S

John W. Gould, AIA to grow Dekker/Perich/Sabatini's senior living practice.

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