Announcing Associate Promotions
We are very pleased to announce the promotion of four architects to Associate: Case Blum, David Swenson, Melinda Wind, and Michael E. Larson.
Case Blum joined HEWITT in 2011. He is the project manager for multifamily residential projects at 5th North & Roy in Seattle and 888 108th Ave NE in Bellevue. He has also served as project architect for the Capitol Hill Transit-Oriented Development and final design of the Roosevelt light rail station. Other projects to which he has contributed include Green Lake Village, Excelsior, and The Cannery.
David Swenson has been with HEWITT since 2012. He brings considerable experience as a technical architect, project manager, and construction administrator notably for the firm’s work at Gridiron, Excelsior, Lexicon, and the Capitol Hill light rail station.
Melinda Wind has been a project architect and project manager at HEWITT since 2013. Her project experience includes the future Mercer Island light rail station, the pedestrian bridge at the future Redmond Technology Center light rail station, and transit corridor improvements along 3rd Avenue.
Michael E. Larson joined the firm in 2016 and brings with him a broad knowledge in architecture. He is the project manager for the Capitol Hill Transit-Oriented Development.