COLUMBIA (Jan. 19, 2017) – Stevens & Wilkinson announced today that eight of its team members in its Columbia office have been promoted. The individuals and promotions are:
Timothy Williams, AIA – Williams has been promoted to vice president. He is a senior architect who manages teams for K-12 facilities, corporate, municipal and county buildings, and industrial facilities. Williams earned his Bachelor of Arts in architecture and his Master of Architecture from Clemson University.
Richard Boler – Boler, the firm’s controller, has been promoted jointly to both Stevens & Wilkinson’s Georgia and South Carolina boards. He oversees the accounting department and is responsible for the firm’s day-to-day financial business. Boler earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration from Auburn University.
Linda Boylan, AIA, NCARB BEA, LEED AP – Boylan has been promoted from associate to senior associate. She is an architect whose design experience includes managing teams for K-12 facilities, corporate and retail venues, and county and state buildings. Boylan received her degree from California State Polytechnic University.
David McNeice, P.E., MLSE, SE1, SE2 – McNeice has been promoted from associate to senior associate. He is structural engineer of record for a variety of project types, including commercial, industrial, healthcare, K-12 education, higher education, institutional and residential structures along the East Coast. McNeice holds a Master of Science in civil and structural engineering and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of South Carolina.
Randall Holmes, AIA – Holmes has been promoted to associate. He is an architect who focuses on projects in the K-12, higher education, county and municipal, and healthcare sectors. Holmes earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University.
Walt Stellpflug, AIA, NCARB, LEED GA – Stellpflug has been promoted to associate. He is an architect with experience working in both the public and private sector and specializes in acute care and technology-driven projects. Stellpflug holds a Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Arts in architectural studies from Iowa State University.
Max Roi – Roi has been promoted from associate to senior associate. She serves as a senior accountant responsible for many of the office’s accounting functions. She attended Northwestern Michigan College and Kirtland Community College.
Robert Corbin – Corbin, a 30-year member of the firm, has been promoted to associate and is responsible for office services and day-to-day needs of Stevens & Wilkinson’s team members.
About Stevens & Wilkinson:
Founded in 1919, Stevens & Wilkinson is a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm committed to providing clients with “Smart Design Solutions.” The firm’s combined design capabilities lead to projects executed with creative, innovative and holistic design solutions. Learn more: www.stevens-wilkinson.com.