SSF Adds Staff

Swenson Say Faget hired Brian Rittereiser and Sean Johnson as project engineers, and Bethany Brown as a staff engineer. Rittereiser previously worked at Coughlin Porter Lundeen, SEFNCO Communications and Central Washington University. He is working on 1200 East Pike, a multifamily project on Capitol Hill. Johnson has experience in bridge and building design with ABJK, and engineering with FLSmidth. He is working on seismic retrofit of the Alaska State Capitol Building. Brown holds a master’s of civil engineering from Washington State University. She was an engineering aide for the city of Pullman and an intern for the Oak Harbor engineering department. She is working on the Thea Foss Site 1 mixed-use project in Tacoma.

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