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Engineering

Storhaug Engineering has announced two additions to the company. The company has hired Joanna Wolotira as an engineering technician and Joe Lemerond as a field surveyor. Wolotira, a graduate of Whitworth University, will work as a design technician. Lemerond will be responsible for completing surveying, aerial mapping, staking and locating property lines for residential, construction and commercial building sites.

Real estate

Building Owners and Managers Association Spokane has announced two departmental changes. Their 2019 board of directors includes Bill Ryan of Kiemle Hagood as president. Officers include presidents-elect Andy Butler of WEB Properties Inc. and John Gavin of Unico Properties. Directors include Ashley Loveless of Goodale and Barbieri, Erik Makinson of Resource Synergy, Heidi Irvine of NAI Black, Kasi Smith of Flynn Group of Companies, Mike Hamilton of American Building Maintenance and Spencer Sowl of Avista Development. BOMA Spokane also has hired Liz Van Den Berg as association executive.

Windermere Real Estate has announced addition of two new brokers to the company’s staff. Hope Friese will join the Spokane Manito office and Sharlee Perez will join the Spokane Valley office. Perez previously worked with Hayden Homes.

Honors

Darryl Potyk, chief of medical education for the University of Washington School of Medicine-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership and associate dean for Eastern Washington at the UW School of Medicine, has been elected to the UW chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. Potyk was nominated by UW medical students upperclassmen and selected by the student members of the UW Gold Humanism Honor Society in recognition of his commitment to humanism in medicine.

Poe Asphalt received two awards at the Washington Asphalt Pavement Association Annual Convention in Bellevue. The awards include first place for best airport paving in Washington for the reconstruction done at Fairchild Air Force Base and recognition for high-quality asphalt pavement construction at the junction of U.S. Highway 195 to Bishop Boulevard paving on state Route 270. Both projects were completed in 2017.

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