Jaime Saucier, Marie Wikoff
Jaime Saucier has been promoted to project leader at Reno-based HMC Architects of Nevada, and Marie Wikoff has been promoted to project leader and interior designer.
Saucier joined HMC two and a half years ago as an intermediate drafter and was quickly promoted to job captain, her position for the past two years.
She is currently part of the teams working on the Mammoth Hospital Addition and the Sutter Amador Hospital support services building and acute-care renovations and is the acting project manager for the Reno Vista Center-Urgent Care in Reno.
She is in the process of obtaining her architectural license after receiving her bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of California at Berkeley in 2002.
Wikoff joined HMC in 2003 after relocating from San Diego, where she worked as lighting designer at TKG Engineering and project leader at Schuss Clark Architects.
She is currently part of the teams working on the Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services Psychiatric Hospital; Incline Village Community Hospital interiors remodel; Carson-Tahoe Hospital Surgical Medical Office Building; Sutter Amador Hospital support services building and Acute Care Renovations; and projects for Washoe Health System.
She earned a bachelor’s degree is fine arts from the Design Institute of San Diego in 2002.
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