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Tracey
Tim Tracey has been promoted to director of architect-engineer SmithGroupJJR's Chicago office, which employs 60 people. Tracey, previously design director for the office, is a member of the Lean Construction Institute Chicago Community of Practice Core Group. In his new role, he will focus on strengthening the office's holistic and integrated design process.

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Cameron Trefry has been promoted to regional director and Dawn Riegel to director, interior architecture and design, with architect Ware Malcomb. Both are with the firm's Chicago office.

 

Force
Christina Force has joined the St. Louis office of architect-engineer HOK as medical planner for the firm's health care practice. Force, who is an architect, is focusing on planning and programing interior spaces. She currently is working on the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.

 

 

 

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