Say Faget promoted Brett Mozden, Greg Juttner, Karl Rosman, Sean King and Zane Kanyer to associate principal. Mozden started with the firm in 2004. He works on housing and public projects, including Fire Station Number 18 in Seattle. Juttner began working for Swenson Say Faget in 2004. He focuses on high-end single-family projects and leads residential seismic retrofits in the Puget Sound region. Rosman joined the firm in 2005. He focuses on residential, commercial and faith projects,and is working on the Life Center at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Medina. King joined the firm in 2001, and is the IT manager. Kanyer was hired in 2004, and has focused the last several years on multifamily, adaptive reuse and seismic retrofits. He is working on Kennedy Catholic High School’s Science Room. Swenson Say Faget is a structural engineering firm with offices in Seattle and Tacoma.
2017 AIA/HUD Secretary's Award / / 05.19.17
Plaza Roberto Maestas directly addresses the urgent need for affordable housing and economic opportunity in the Beacon Hill neighborhood and is a model for community-inspired transit-oriented development.
Penrose Hotel in Walla Walla / / 06.06.17
A group of Seattle-area developers anticipate starting construction of the 82-room boutique hotel later this year.
Micro Housing / / 03.04.15
Swenson Say Faget has extensive experience with micro housing projects on Capitol Hill and the U District.