Fanning Howey has recently hired six team members across our integrated disciplines in our Indiana office to continue to best serve our clients and community.
Each new hire brings diverse experience and a passion for how the design of learning environments impact the world.
David Eberwein, Project Coordinator, and Brittney Castro, Graduate Intern, join the architecture team, bringing smarter places for learning to life for our clients across Indiana.
Interior Designers Morgan Hemmings and Avery Devoe have joined the Indianapolis interiors team, bringing additional energy to our design of learning environments.
Qwynn Johnson returns to the Fanning Howey team as a Technology Designer, assisting our team with smarter technology designs for our clients.
Phil Medley joins the team as an energy designer. As both an architect and engineer, Phil approaches all designs holistically, creating higher performance facilities.
“We are committed to exceeding the needs of our clients,” says Bill Payne, AIA, Fanning Howey’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our recent growth will enhance our ability to serve our clients and deliver smarter places for learning.”
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