Nishkian Menninger Moves and Welcomes Four Employees in 2013Dec 10 2013 · 0 comments · COMPANY NEWS, NISHKIAN MENNINGER ·0
San Francisco, CA – In August Nishkian Menninger moved their office from 1200 Folsom Street to 600 Harrison Street, Suite 110. The new office location is more centrally located in the San Francisco Financial District, closer to multiple forms of public transportation, many of our clients, and AT&T Ballpark. The new location provides a large conference room for project team meetings, multiple personal offices, and a large office space with an open concept layout.
The office is right off of Interstate 80 at the corner of Second and Harrison in San Francisco. Come by to visit, we would love to show you our new office.
Nishkian Menninger welcomed four new employees this year!
Karen Liang, E.I.T. graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. She has worked in San Francisco for a surveying company and a consulting engineer group during the past two years. Karen will continue to grow her structural design expertise with multiple structural materials here with Nishkian Menninger.
Eric Deaver, P.E., who is a Kansas native, has gained 14 years of structural engineering experience in Houston, Texas. He brings his knowledge of steel, concrete, and timber construction to the Nishkian Menninger team. Eric will be spearheading the firm’s efforts in the retrofit of buildings affected by the San Francisco Soft Story ordinance.
Ashley Contryman, P.E. has worked in San Francisco for 2 years after graduating with her Masters in Civil/Structural from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has served as the Co-Chair of the Young Members Forum of SEAONC and hopes to continue her involvement in other committees of SEAONC in the future. Ashley has extensive experience with timber construction, and continues to build on her expertise on timber design here with Nishkian Menninger.
Loren Byrne, E.I.T. graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in Architectural Engineering in 2010. He has spent 13 years in the construction industry from framing single family homes to managing heavy civil projects. He applies this strong construction background to his engineering design work now with Nishkian Menninger.