Fanning Howey recently added Project Architect, Jennette Moline, RA, to our Indianapolis team. Jennette comes with nearly 20 years of interdisciplinary design experience, most recently leading the design of nationwide infrastructure upgrades for a private internet service provider. As a LEED-certified designer, Jennette brings a keen eye for sustainable building design and a passion for educating people about green buildings.
“What motivates me, is knowing that we have a positive impact on students’ educational experiences by creating safe, comfortable, and inspirational places where they learn,” says Jennette.
“Jennette comes with a broad design background and years of experience leading projects from multiple vantage points in our industry.” says Fanning Howey Chief Executive Officer, William Payne, AIA, “We’re excited to add her unique perspective to our diverse design projects.”
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