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Please join PCS Structural Solutions in welcoming their newest staff members, McKell Bowen, Julie Chappel, Kevin Rothrock, and Jonathan Callans.

New Hires September 2015

Don Scott, SE, FSEI, FASCE, Vice President and Director of Engineering at PCS Structural Solutions, is the recipient of The James M. Delahay Award which is presented at the recommendation of the NCSEA Code Advisory Committee to recognize outstanding individual contributions towards the development of building codes and standards. It is given in the spirit of its namesake, a person who made a long and lasting contribution to the code development process.

Don Scott - NCSEA James Delahay Award

Please join PCS Structural Solutions in welcoming their newest staff member, Jeremiah Bowles.

PCS Structural Solutions Welcomes New Engineer

Please join PCS Structural Solutions in congratulating their newest leader, Todd Parke, who’s been named Associate in their Tacoma office.

Todd Parke named Associate

Please join PCS Structural Solutions in welcoming their newest staff members, Kyle Murdock, Andy Schildmeyer, Brent Olson, and Steven Williams.

PCS Strucrural Solutions Announces Additions to Engineering Staff

Please join PCS Structural Solutions in congratulating their newest leader, Alex Legé, who’s been named associate in their Seattle office.

Alex Legè named Associate

All of us at PCS Structural Solutions will remember him as a gentlemen’s, gentleman. He took personal interest in each employee; his leadership, innovation, mentoring, commitment to the community and sense of humor with his loud “cackle” will be missed.

Ray Chalker (1931 - 2013)

Peace Island Medical Center has been getting national attention. The project won a prestigious AIA National Healthcare Design Award in July, detailed in Building Design & Construction Magazine. It is also the cover story for the July/August issue of Medical Construction & Design Magazine. Both recognize the project's cutting-edge sustainability (such as the clear spans that accommodate daylighting, and use of local materials), along with the special needs of a facility designed for a rural island.

Peace Island Medical Center

PCS Structural Solutions is excited to announce the addition of two full time staff members, Ashley Thompson and Kelsey Rogel.  Ashley is a recent graduate from the University of Washington, with a Master of Science Degree in Human Centered Design and Engineering, as well as a Master of Science degree in Structural Engineering.  She is working on the Seattle Academy for Arts and Science addition, as well as several high end residential projects.  Kelsey recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Washington State University, and also holds a Bachelor of A

PCS Strucrural Solutions Announces Additions to Engineering Staff

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