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ALSC Architects of Spokane has announced several promotions to the associate principal level. Interior designer Tina Johansen specializes in municipal and hospitality markets and has worked on local projects such as a renovation of the STA Plaza, expansion of the Northern Quest Resort & Casino and expansion of the Yakima Convention Center. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in interior design at Washington State University and is certified by the Council for Interior Design Qualification. Troy Bishop is ALSC’s director of design and ensures each project incorporates fundamental design principals to ensure a solid framework. He has worked on projects such as an expansion of Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Whitworth’s University Athletics Leadership Center and the expansion of Southridge High School in Kennewick. Kim Phelps is ALSC’s director of technical design and ensures the consistency and craft of each project by staying up to date with various construction methods. Phelps received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Idaho and is a member of AIA Spokane. Her featured projects include Ridgeline High School, the Walla Walla Community College science and technology building and expansion of the Spokane Convention Center.


Steve Nowland has joined Stifel Financial Corp. as senior vice president. Stifel is a national wealth management firm headquartered in St. Louis, with its Spokane office just north of the downtown area.

HonorsAtlas Staffing, a staffing agency with offices in Washington and Idaho, has earned ClearyRated’s Best of Staffing Client Award, which evaluated staffing business’ service to its clients. ClearlyRated is based in Portland that offers an online venue for client satisfaction surveys and business profiles to display star ratings and testimonials in order to help business-to-business services credibly differentiate themselves.

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