PEOPLE

STEVE MALLORY, AIA, NCARB

PRINCIPAL ARCHITECT


Bachelor of Architecture, University of Idaho, 1985

Registered Architect, State of Washington, #5908

Registered Architect, State of Idaho, #AR-984866

National Council of Architect Registration Boards #66397

Member: American Institute of Architects


Mr. Mallory has 29 years of professional experience in architectural design and project management. He has extensive knowledge of medical, dental, municipal, federal, and higher education type projects. As the Senior Architect for Washington State University, he designed and managed over 400 projects. Mr. Mallory’s experience is an asset for all phases including conceptual design and feasibility studies, master planning, project management, code studies, permitting, cost estimating, forensics, design discipline coordination, specifications, and construction management.

STANLEY L. JONES, PE

PRINCIPAL ENGINEER


Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Idaho, 1971

Master of Science, Systems Management, University of Southern California, 1985

Registered Professional Engineer, State of Washington #40346



Mr. Jones has over 40 years of experience in leadership, management, systems engineering, project management, construction management, and maintenance of facilities and equipment including Category II Nuclear Facilities. He gained an extensive amount of experience in troubleshooting and solving system problems as well as maintenance requirements for maintaining very complex systems while serving as a career U.S. Navy Officer.

THOMAS R. PARKHILL, PE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER


Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

Master Business Administration, Santa Clara University

Registered Engineer, Washington, Oregon, Idaho

Registered Professional Engineer, State of Washington #25782


Mr. Parkhill has over 50 years of experience in electrical power distribution design, electrical and electronic analog controls design, industrial electrical apparatus design/build, electrical contracting, digital and analog instrument selection, explosion resistant and explosion proof device selection, hydropower generation, protective relaying, cost engineering and construction cost estimating.

PAULA LONG

ADMINISTRATION


An Architecture and Engineering firm administrator since 1992.

AA - Columbia Basin College - Business Administration, Economics and Accounting

American Society of Architectural Administrators


Ms. Long supports all aspects of the office and business administration functions supporting the principals and staff in many elements of project administration and accounting.

ESPERANZA SCOTTO

INTERIOR DESIGNER


Interior Design - Spokane Falls Community College - 2013

Member – IIDA International Interior Design Association.

Ms. Scotto supports all phases of the Arculus design process specializing in interior design. Her responsibilities include information gathering, programming, planning, specifying construction documents and presentations.


KAROLINA DOHNALKOVA

ARCHITECTURAL INTERN


Ms. Dohnalkova is a student currently enrolled at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. She supports all phases of the Arculus design process. Her responsibilities include information gathering, programming, planning, specifying, construction documents, field work and presentations.