Welcome New SRGers!

October 26, 2022

SRG is excited to welcome new talent to the firm! Please join us in celebrating our newest team members:

Amanda Stanton has joined the SRG team as an Architectural Designer in the Seattle studio. She first earned her Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and moved on to complete a Master of Architecture at the University of Washington. She recently graduated with a Master of Science in Architecture with a Mass Timber Focus from the University of Oregon. She worked with the TallWood Design Institute on researching the reuse of mass timber and continues to grow her knowledge in mass timber. She values holistic designs that address sustainability and human comfort through biophilic methods and materials. Her favorite aspect of architecture is how each design tells a story about how the people, the building, and the surroundings interact.

Andrew Dorsett has joined SRG’s Portland studio as a Senior Project Accountant. Andrew brings experience working with complex accounting systems in environmental services and construction firms. He is skilled at managing billing for multiple projects, preparing reports for analysis, tracking revenue and expenses, and handling reconciliations. He loves working closely with project managers and the accounting team to ensure everything runs smoothly and efficiently both for internal records and for clients, consultants, and partners. Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Washington State University with minors in Finance and Political Science.

Cam McCafferty has been hired in the Portland studio as a Studio Administrator for SRG. They are a creative organizer with a background in digital design, communication, and administrative support. They love learning and using technology in creative ways. Cam’s favorite thing about design is its influence on the way people conduct their lives and how design can inspire comfort, productivity, and new habits. Cam earned their Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon with a major in Art and Technology with minors in Computer Information Technology and Chinese.

Carissa Barry, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined SRG’s Portland studio as an Associate Architect. She brings more than 18 years of experience focusing on large, complex projects including student housing, mixed-use commercial, government, and sports, and she’s passionate about mentorship and supporting career development for all her team members. Her recent projects of note include the Alma Clark Glass Hall at Western Washington University where she coordinated the technical requirements for CLT construction at the primary amenity level, the OHSU Rood Family Pavilion, U.S. Chancery Major Rehabilitation in Manila, Philippines, and the University of Kentucky Commonwealth Stadium. Carissa is inspired by the problem-solving aspect of architecture and loves how designers shape places and spaces. She also appreciates the dichotomy between the creative and technical aspects of architecture. Carissa earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University.

Joseph Chandler has joined the SRG team as an Architectural Designer in the Portland studio. He is passionate about sustainability and committed to climate justice. As a student, he helped host and moderate a symposium on climate justice. As an intern at a previous firm, he prepared a climate change education package for clients and completed mass timber research and presentations. He worked with Habitat for Humanity to help build homes in the Central Texas area and helped design and construct a fire circle for the Girl Scouts on Galveston Island. He is inspired by design that connects to and benefits communities and nature. Joseph earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin.


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