Fanning Howey, an architecture, engineering and interior design firm specializing in the design of learning environments, announces the promotion of Andy Miller, AIA, LEED AP, to project executive at Fanning Howey.
“Andy’s leadership and passion for the design of transformational spaces for higher education will be highly valuable in this new role,” said William Payne, AIA, Fanning Howey’s chief executive officer.
“I am honored by this opportunity,” said Miller. “I will continue to provide the highest level of service to our clients.”
As a project manager and architect, Andy Miller has led educational projects for Fanning Howey throughout the Midwest. He regularly contributes to publications such as School Planning & Management and School Construction News.
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