WTA Architects Advances Lemiesz and Haselhuhn to Partners
SAGINAW, MI Saginaw, Michigan, -based WTA Architects announces changes in its leadership. Senior Associates, Kenneth C. Lemiesz, AIA, 36CFR61, and Paul Andrew Haselhuhn, AIA, LEED AP, have advanced to Partners of the firm. Serving as Project Leaders, they have assisted clients in the design and construction of key projects throughout the state.
Lemiesz, a Bay City, Michigan, resident, has been specializing in the forensic investigation of buildings, masonry restoration and historic architecture since joining the firm in 1984. As Project Manager for a variety of clients, Lemiesz's expertise has been utilized on many prestigious buildings. His projects cover the state of Michigan and include numerous significant buildings for Michigan State University, Central Michigan University and the State of Michigan.
A Midland, Michigan, resident, Haselhuhn is a 1988 graduate of the University of Michigan. He joined the firm in 1998 and has served as Project Architect on the firm's commercial and higher education projects. A LEED® Accredited Professional, his expertise in sustainable design has been evidenced on projects at Saginaw Valley State University, Central Michigan University, and Delta College.
WTA Architects, the 2016 AIA Michigan Firm of the Year, was founded in 1947 and has continually provided the highest quality of architectural design services throughout the state of Michigan. With a staff of 22 professionals, the firm specializes in education, healthcare, government, commercial, religious and historic preservation projects.