MINNEAPOLIS (July 24, 2015) – Miller Dunwiddie Architecture, Inc. (MDA), a leader in the design and preservation community, is excited to announce that Phillip Koski, AIA, Jennifer Watters, Assoc. AIA, and Lauren Fleming, Assoc. AIA, have joined the firm to further develop our growing portfolio of regional and national projects.
Phillip Koski is a project manager with Miller Dunwiddie, where he has been leading the design effort for several large projects. Prior to joining MDA, Phillip has established a broad portfolio of architectural projects ranging from transportation and urban design to innovative workplace interiors and historic rehabilitation. A former President of the AIA Minneapolis Chapter and current officer on the Board of Preserve Minneapolis, Phillip enriches his practice through extensive volunteering and advocacy. As an adjunct instructor and frequent guest lecturer at the University of Minnesota’s School of Architecture he explores with students the relationship between architecture and infrastructure, and their mutual resiliency in the face of constant change and technological progress. Phillip is a Registered Architect in the State of Minnesota, and has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota. He is a LEED Accredited Professional.
Jennifer Watters brings with her experience working at Shultz + Associates Architects while obtaining her Master of Architecture from North Dakota State University, as well as study abroad in Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Dubai.
Lauren Fleming is a recent graduate with a Master of Architecture from the University of Minnesota. Her experience includes one and a half years working at Kaas Wilson Architects while attending the University of Minnesota.
We are pleased to welcome Phillip Koski, Jennifer Watters, and Lauren Fleming to the Miller Dunwiddie team!
About Miller Dunwiddie
Miller Dunwiddie is a full-service architecture firm based in Minneapolis, Minn. Founded in 1963, the firm’s architecture philosophy is based on the core concept that “people always come first.” Miller Dunwiddie works with clients on a broad range of project types such as educational, transportation, and commercial facilities, as well as religious and cultural institutions. Miller Dunwiddie offers a range of services, including: architectural design, historic preservation, interior design, building envelope architecture and engineering, and construction services and owner’s representation. To learn more about Miller Dunwiddie, visit www.millerdunwiddie.com.