PCS Structural Solutions Welcomes Six New Staff Members

PCS Structural Solutions Welcomes Six New Staff Members

Please join PCS Structural Solutions in welcoming their newest staff members, Alissa Coupe, John Gaul, Evan Olszko, Abigail Messegee, Jon Thorpe, and Tanner Reijm.
 
Coupe is a recent graduate of Washington State University and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering. She is currently working on Highline Community College Building 26 and the Centralia High School STEM addition.
 
Gaul joins PCS as the firm’s Information Technology and Systems Administrator. He holds two B.A. degrees from the University of Washington and has 16 years of experience in the IT industry. He manages PCS’s IT vendors as well as managing, upgrading, and installing the firm’s equipment and software.
 
Olszko is a recent graduate of Washington State University and holds M.S. and B.S. in Civil Engineering (Structural Emphasis) degrees. His current work includes East Division Elementary School in Mount Vernon and Kitsap Mental Health Services Crisis Support Center in Bremerton.
 
Messegee recently graduated from the University of Idaho with her B.S. in Civil Engineering. She is currently working on Olympia School District’s classroom building additions, Washington High School STEM addition in Tacoma, Aspire Middle School in Lacey, and Tehaleh Elementary School in Sumner.
 
Thorpe graduated from Gonzaga University last May with his B.S. in Civil Engineering. His current projects are Redmond Ridge Middle School, Swedish First Hill Medical Center, and Valley Medical Center Parking Garage.
 
Reijm received his M.S. in Civil Engineering from Washington State University in December 2016. His current projects include Parkland Village Senior Living Addition and Bridgewood Rivers Assisted Living Facility.