ABILENE FIRM HONORED
Jimmy Tittle ’49 (BARCH) and Jack Luther
’50 (BARCH) partners of the Tittle Luther Partnership in Abilene,
Texas received the Texas Society of Architects’ Architectural
Firm Award. The award marks the first time in the eight-year history
of the award that the honor went to a firm not located in one
of Texas’s major cities. In making the announcement, TSA noted,
“Tittle Luther Partnership’s achievements in Abilene and around
Texas shows that a firm can reach professional success outside
of a major metropolitan area through commitment to quality design
and the client’s happiness.”
Leon A. Willhite ’69 (ARCH), ’71 (MUP) has retired
after working 20 years with the state government. Willhite served
12 years as executive director of the Heart of Texas Council of
Governments, a regional planning agency. He and his wife now live
in Palestine, Texas and are working on a lake house that they
have owned for many years.
VIRGINIA COURT PROJECT
Don A. Swofford ’70 (BARCH), FAIA, principal of Donald
A. Swofford Architects, has been retained by the Lunenburg, Va.
County Board of Supervisors to determine space needs for the courts
and the administrative facilities for the next 40 years. With
the addition of the courthouse, Swofford will now have restored
three of the five Jefferson Courthouses in Virginia. Swofford
is founder of DASA, plc, a firm, specializing in historical architecture,
residential and civic design with an emphasis on historic preservation
and traditional/classical design.
MOVING TO CHINA
Clifford W. Brown (BDCR)’71 is a construction
manager with ConocoPhillips Indonesia. He initially transferred
to Houston to begin work on a Chinese project and will be moving
to China for at least one year.
REMEMBERING DIK VROOMAN
Jim Wofford ‘71 (BARCH) and wife moved to Ramstein
Air Base in Germany in April of 2002. Saddened about Dik Vrooman’s
death, he said the former professor “was a major influence in
my professional training there at A&M. What a wonderful, humane
man he was, and what a wonderful legacy he leaves for the students
who were fortunate enough to be under his instruction and direction.”
CHIEF OF ENGINEERS AWARD
David V. Thompson ’72 (BED) ’74 (BDDS) received
the 2002 Army Chief of Engineers Award for Design Excellence from
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for his design of The National
Ground Intelligence Center in Charlottesville, Va. That same year,
Thompson also received the Society of American Military Engineers
Urban Medal for his contributions to architecture. Thompson was
RTKL Inc. principal in charge for post 9-11 reconstruction of
the Pentagon “Phoenix Project.” He currently resides in Washington
as vice president - public sector leader for RTKL Inc.
GAMBINI IS GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Johnny L. Gambini ’73 (BDCR) is owner and president
of his own general contracting firm in Addison, Texas that specializes
in multi-family construction.
BUILDING SCHOOLS FOR AFGHAN GIRLS
Thomas Faulkenberry ’75 (BED) ’77 (MSCOMG) has
been practicing architecture in Alaska for the past 23 years.
His projects have included a 77,000 square-foot indoor water-park
in Anchorage and major industrial complex in Prudhoe Bay, north
of the Arctic Circle. Of late, he has been lending his architectural
services to the Afghanistan Girls'
School Project, a U.S. citizen’s grassroots organization that
is building schools for girls in war-torn Afghanistan. Faulkenberry
recently assisted with the building and design of two schools
in the town of Sheberghan and the ancient village of Qarkin. The
group is planning six more schools and two medical clinics. More
information about the project is available online at http://www.afghanistanproject.org.
LANDSCAPING IN HURST
Gary Kutilek ’75 (BSLA) is the owner of The Landscape
Alliance, a small landscape architecture firm in Hurst, Texas
that is involved in public, corporate and institutional projects.
Kutilek has been involved in projects at the Bush Library as well
as the new West Campus Athletic Facility on the Texas A&M Campus.
STONE STREET GARDENS PROJECT WRAPS
John Armstrong ’76 (BSLA) and Bruce Berger
’77 (BSLA) completed landscaping work at the Stone Street Gardens
in downtown Dallas. Since 1982 when they joined to form Armstrong
Berger Inc. in Dallas, these partners have been completing residential,
commercial and historic preservation projects. The two were featured
in an article appearing in the June 8, 2002 edition of the Dallas
IMPROVING THE CAPITAL
Fred Evins ‘78 (BED) was recently appointed division
manager of the Project Management Division for the City of Austin’s
Public Works Department. The Public Works Department manages the
design and construction of the infrastructure under the city’s
Capital Improvements Program.
Oscar Trevino ’78 (CVEN), an active member of
the Department of Construction Science’s Construction Industry
Advisory Council, is serving as mayor of North Richland Hills,
a suburb of Dallas with a population of about 60,000 people. Trevino
is also CEO of J.L. Steel L.L.P. The Trevino family recently established
the Oscar T. Trevino Endowed Scholarship in Construction Science,
honoring Trevino’s father, a long-time Aggie supporter who spent
his lifetime in the construction industry. The endowment will
fund scholarships for students in the construction science program
with a preference for students interested in highway construction.
HIGH-TECH TEACHING PROJECT
Eric Connell ‘79 (BED), ’96 (Ph.D. ARCH) has
been continuously involved in technology transfer into the classroom
since his dissertation paper “Digital Collaborations in Architectural
Education” was presented at the 2002 Internet2 Fall Conference.
Recently Connell, now assistant professor of architecture at Oklahoma
State University, received a $10,000 grant from MIDnet, Inc. to
begin an Internet classroom. The grant will allow the use of H.323
videoconferencing equipment that will allow the course to be taught
collaboratively by faculty from multiple universities. Faculty
from Texas Tech University, Eastern Carolina University, Oklahoma
State University, and Arizona State University will be involved
in teaching and lecturing for this new course, tentatively called
“Ideas in Architecture.”
Gregory J. Houston ’79 (BED) ’81 (MARCH), William
M. Reeves ’79 (MARCH), Bill Hays ’65
(MENG) and Wade A. Cleary ’94 (MENG) are partners
of Marmon Mok L.L.P. which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.
The company was founded in 1953 and serves the San Antonio region
for architecture, engineering and interior design needs. The company
has received substantial recognition and awards for its projects,
including Texas A&M’s $30 million Recreational Sports Building
and Natatorium and the Alamodome in San Antonio.
William Kleinschmidt, ’79 (BED) is owner and
architect of William Kleinschmidt Architect in Albuquerque, N.M.
The full-service architectural firm specializes in high-end residential,
resort, light commercial, and public works projects in New Mexico,
Arizona and Colorado. One of the firm’s recent projects was published
in the Nov./Dec. 2002 issue of Veranda magazine.
FORT WORTH ASAL CHAIR
Jack Randal Phillips ’79 (BSLA) was elected 2002-03
Dallas-Fort Worth section chair of the American Society of Landscape
Architects. Phillips is principal and director of design for The
Phillips Group and was awarded the 2002 Texas ASLA Award of Merit
for his Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial design.
COMPLETING RELIANT PROJECT
George Blamire ’80 (BED) is the director of real
estate and office support services with Reliant Energy in Houston.
He is currently completing the interior construction management
for the new 500,000 sq. ft. headquarters for Reliant in Houston.
APEX AWARD FOR MALL PROJECT
Lana K. Coble ’80 (MARCH) ’80 (COMG) has been
remodeling Memorial City Mall in Houston as senior project manager
for Tellepsen Builders. The project received an Apex Award in
Michael W. Davis ’80 (MUP) works as principal
and transportation business group leader for Jones & Stokes of
Oakland, Calif. In this 300-person environmental consulting firm,
Davis is responsible for client relationships as well as new client
ARCHITECT OF THE STARS
’80 (BED) is principal and founder of David Applebaum Architect,
a design firm based in Bel Air, Calif. Applebaum has designed
homes for a number of celebrities (see
story), including Frank Sinatra, Cuba Gooding Jr., Diane Keaton
and Bob Hope. Reviews of his work have appeared in the Los Angeles
Times, In Style Magazine, Architecture Digest, House and Garden
magazine, and Architectural Record.
REED NAMED COLONEL
Reed H. Grabowski ’80 (BDCR) is a colonel in
the U.S. Marine Corps and currently works for the Joint Chiefs
of Staff at the Pentagon. He will be involved with shaping the
focus of the department of defense for the next 12-15 years. This
is his and his wife’s third tour in Washington D.C.
PARK PLANNER NAMED ASLA TRUSTEE
Ann McGinnes ‘81 (BSLA) was elected Texas Chapter
Trustee of the American Society of Landscape Architects. McGinnes
is the Senior Park Planner for the city of Garland, Texas.
EXCELLENT IN MISSOURI
James F. Molinelli ’81 (BED), ’83 (MARCH) ’96
(DARCH) is an architect with ARDO Contracting in Columbia, Mo.
He has received 16 Awards of Excellence for remodeling design
between 1994 and 2003. He has two children: Ann and Timothy.
VP AT HKS
Gerald Ward ’81 (BED) ’83 (MARCH) is vice president
at HKS, Inc., the Dallas-based architecture and engineering firm.
Michael Pavlovsky, '82 (BSLA) currently resides in Fort Worth.
He has created a number of sculptures across the country. His
works include the lobby sculpture at the National Civil Rights
Museum in Memphis, Tenn., the Julius Schepps Memorial in Dallas,
Texas and the "Birth of Love" at the Fort Worth Botanic
Garden. He is currently working on a sculpture of a woman reciting
the blessing at the beginning of Sabbath, which will be placed
outside a synagogue in Denver, Colo.
Andrew W. Clements ’83 (BED) ’87 (MUP) is currently
a senior architect for Barnes, Gromatzky Kosarek Architects in
BEST LARGE OFFICE
Principal of DMJM Rottet, of Los Angeles, Calif, Richard
Riveire ’83 (BED) ’85 (MARCH) recently won in the “Best
Large Office” category in the 24th Annual Interiors Award Competition
presented by Contract Magazine. Riveire received the award for
his project for a one-million-square-foot headquarters facility
for the Korea Development Bank, one of the leading national banks
in Korea. Riveire was principal in charge on the bank project.
Architecture magazine’s July 1, 2002 issue ran a prominent feature
examining architect Mark Wamble’s ’83 (BED) downtown
Houston projects with Bricker + Cannady Architects. Currently,
Wamble is the principal of Interloop, a Houston firm he leads
with partner Dawn Finley. He is also teaching at Rice and the
University of Michigan.
Dana deVille ’84 (BED) is the director of real
estate services and store planning for Tiffany & Co. in New York.
deVille has been living in New York since graduation and has developed
Tiffany and Co. retail locations in Paris, Rome, Milan, Beijing,
Sao Paulo, Mexico City and many U.S. locations.
VP AT HKS
Taama Forasiepi ’85 (BED) is a vice president
at the architecture and engineering firm of HKS, Inc. in Dallas.
MANAGING GEORGETOWN PROJECT
Mark P. Pustka ’85 (BDCR) ’87 (MSCOMG), a project
manager with the FGI Group Inc., is developing an 800-acre master
planned community in Georgetown, Texas using traditional neighborhood
Don B. Wilder ’85 (BED), ’87 (MARCH) is an associate
with Three Architecture and spends most of his time doing international
work. He and his wife live in Dallas with their three kids and
LANDSCAPER TIES KNOT
Mary Estes Kenyon 86’ (BED) is senior landscape
architect at Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, Inc. of Phoenix, Ariz.
She was recently married to David A. Kenyon, an Aggie, at the
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
NPS HISTORICAL ARCHITECT
Paul Neidinger ’86 (BED) ’89 (MARCH) is a historical
architect with the National Park Service in Santa Fe, N.M. He
celebrated the birth of his second child in October.
AT HOME IN MADRID
Estelle Courand ’87 (BED) received her master’s
in industrial and product design in Barcelona, Spain. Courand
has worked with industrial designers to develop museum and exhibition
spaces as well as graphic design. Courand has recently moved to
Madrid and is doing consulting work as project architect and manager
for different international design and architecture firms in Spain.
James Scott Rodgers ’87 (BED) has recently begun
a multifamily residential business called Winston Property Development
Partners in Dallas. As executive vice president, Rodgers’ projects
range from $8 to $35 million, focusing mainly on urban apartments
and condominiums. Before the development of his recent company,
Rodgers worked in Washington D.C. for three years. He earned an
MBA in Real Estate Finance from the University of Texas-Austin.
He later worked for Overland Partners in San Antonio and then
began a real estate career with JPI in Austin. In 1997, Rodgers
became vice president of development for First Worthing Company
in Dallas, and a few years later left the company with a group
of backers to develop his current business.
Jill Stewart ’87 (BED) is a principal at the
architecture, engineering and planning firm SmithGroup in Detroit,
John C. Cox ’88 (Ph.D. ARCH), owner of Cox Consulting,
conducts life safety assessments for hospitals. Marketing to 47
states, the company helps clients identify and resolve facility
M. Carolina Weitzman ’88 (BED), president and
CEO of NATEX Corporation Architects, was appointed to the board
of directors of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The
organization, founded in 1976, is devoted to the advancement and
promotion of Hispanic businesses in the Houston area.
Weitzman also serves on the boards of the Houston Zoo and the
Houston Racing Commission.
After graduating from A&M, Weitzman received her MARCH from the
University of Houston in 1992. In 1998, she was named president
of NATEX, and a year later she became the sole owner and chairman
of the firm. NATEX Corporation Architects is a certified Woman-Owned
Minority Disadvantaged Firm, which provides comprehensive architectural,
project and construction management services locally and internationally.
E! ON THE SCENE
Kenneth Falcon ’89 (BED) is in charge of facilities
planning, real estate leasing, construction, renovations and security
for the E! Channel, a network devoted to following all aspects
of the entertainment world. He works at E! headquarters in Los
VP AT HKS
Larry McKillop ’90 (BED) is a vice president
at the architecture and engineering firm of HKS, Inc. in Dallas.
Chip Perry ‘90 (MSLA) was recently elected Gulf
Coast treasurer and Chair of the American Society of Landscape
Architects. Perry is the director of landscape architecture at
the Houston office of Halff Associates, Inc.
SENIOR ENGINEER AT PMA
C. Elliott Shepherd ’91 (BDCR) is a senior engineer
at PMA Construction Services LLC and recently became a certified
professional constructor (CPC) from the American Institute of
Adam Coe ’91 (BDCR) is a major in the United
States Marine Corps and just completed his first tour as a flight
instructor in Pensacola, Fla. and is now serving on the 2nd Marine
Air Wing Commanding General’s staff.
BIG GREEN ROOF
Jennifer Appel ’93 (BSLA) is the president of
Landscape & Design Inc. in Houston and recently designed, installed
and maintains the largest green roof project in Houston, the Marriot
Humble Oil Building. The site is maintained with all natural and
organic materials only.
A&M ARTIST RESTORING HOME
Coleena Grose-Burt ’93 (BED) is a graphics arts
and communications specialist for Texas Cooperative Extension
at Texas A&M. Grose-Burt and her husband Richard both work for
A&M and are restoring a 100-year-old home in Somerville.
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
Jason M. Adams ’94 (BED) was awarded the American
Institute of Architects - Fort Worth Chapter’s “Young Professional
of the Year” award at its Excellence in Architects gala last December
in Houston. Adams, a project administrator for Hahnfeld Hoffer
Stanford received the award for his ongoing involvement in his
profession, as well as his community.
LIFE IN AUSTIN
Bradley D. Young ’94 (BDCR) transferred to Austin
in 2001. He and his wife, Stacy, have two daughters, Jordan, 2½
, and Camryn, 4.
BACK IN TEXAS
Kayce Hammack ’94 (BED) recently moved back to
Texas from Georgia and is continuing to work on her master’s of
landscape architecture degree in Waco.
TEACHING IN KOREA
Kwanghee Lee ’94 (Ph.D. ARCH) has been teaching
at the School of Architecture of the University of Ulsan in South
Korea since graduation.
John M. Stepp ’94 (BED) attended Texas Christian
University and was due to earn his MBA in fall 2003. He is the
owner of John Michael Stepp PLLC and currently resides in Mesquite,
BIG PROJECTS IN S.A.
James Polonis ’95 (BED) is an architectural intern
with Garza Bomberger & Associates in San Antonio. During his six
years with the company, Polonis has designed and managed several
large projects including hospitals, college buildings and schools.
TEXAS ASAL PRESIDENT
Brandi Reaves ’95 (BSLA) was recently elected
Texas State Chapter President of the American Society of Landscape
Architects. She is responsible for project management and development
for Steven M. Rahn, Inc.
‘97 (BDCR), an officer in the United States Marine Corps, was
deployed to Iraq where he and his unit fought through Baghdad.
He joined the Marines after 9-11 and was commissioned as an officer
in April 2002. His last training, in Camp LeJeune, was accelerated
so he could join the Marine First Division out of Camp Pendleton,
Calif. in Kuwait before the war. Following major combat in May,
he was assigned the job of building schools, government buildings,
“He seems to enjoy this and I applaud the Marines for allowing
him to use his expertise," said Toby's sister, Kathy '00.
"His family of Aggies (brother, sister, uncles, cousins, mother)
are extremely proud of his decision but are naturally very concerned
about his safety as Iraq remains a very dangerous theater."Today
he is charged with rebuilding school and government buildings
in Al Hillah.
INTERNING IN AUSTIN
James E. Gonin ’97 (BED, BDCR) is an architectural
intern at Graeber, Simmons and Gowan in Austin. He celebrated
the birth of his first child in April.
Aaron A. Kizer ’97 (BDCR) is currently working
on two projects: the Aldine Champion Forest Elementary School
and the Tomball Rosehill Elementary School. Kizer’s company was
recently selected to be the construction manager for Conroe ISD’s
newest high school in The Woodlands, Texas.
Mark Meyer ’97 (BSLA) is currently an associate
at the landscape architecture and land planning firm TBG Partners
EL PASO PRESERVATIONIST
Jorge Rousselin ’97 (BED) is historic preservation
officer for the city of El Paso and is head of the Urban Design/Historic
Preservation Office at the planning department. Rousselin is planning
to start his master of architecture studies in 2005.
CRUSADING FOR CHRIST
Marc Woodruff ’97 (BED) worked for a residential
firm for two years after graduating, until he and his wife joined
the Campus Crusade for Christ staff. Woodruff’s job is full-time
Christian ministry with college students at Southwest Texas State
University in San Marcos, Texas.
AUSTIN ASLA SECRETARY
Brent A. Baker ‘98 (BSLA) was recently elected
Austin section secretary for the American Society of Landscape
Architects. Baker has worked in Austin since 1998 and is currently
an associate with Land Design Studio.
BUILDING HOUSTON’S NFL STADIUM
Matt G. Doffing ’98 (BDCR) has completed work
on the Reliant Stadium in Houston. He managed the structural steel
and miscellaneous metals, the retractable roof mechanization and
stadium seating. As a project engineer at Manhattan Construction
Company, he will continue to work at the Reliant Stadium completing
the punch list, closing out contracts, and instituting super bowl
upgrades for the Houston Texans.
Adam Hamilton ’98 (BED) ’99 (MSLD) is project
manager for Century Development. He and his wife, Stacey ’97 (PSYC),
have two children.
Bill Robinson ‘98 (BSLA) was elected Houston/Gulf
Coast section chair of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
As a project manager for The Hanover Company, Robinson is working
on multi-family infill and high-rise developments from coast to
AGGIES IN BIG APPLE
Olivia L. Burnside Lilley ’99 (BED) works in
New York City as a project architect for The Phillips Group, the
seventh-largest architectural interiors firm in the world. She
has been involved in impressive projects with clients such as
NBC, CNBC and Revlon. She has also completed retail projects for
Kenneth Cole, Talbotts and Versace. In addition to these opportunities,
Burnside occasionally substitute teaches AutoCAD classes at the
New York School of Visual Art. She is married to Bryan Lilley,
’91 (AGJOUR) who is now an associate producer and director for
VIZZER IN BERKELEY
Kay Calkins ’99 (MSVIS) lives in Berkeley, Calif.
with her husband Mark Cunningham, and works for Vividata, Inc
as a software engineer.
WORKING, STUDYING AND TEACHING
Debbie Halvorson ’99 (BED) is employed at Marmon
Mok Architects and is also completing her IDP while teaching architectural
illustrating classes at St. Phillip’s College of San Antonio.
WORKING WITH KATY ISD
Jaime Moreno ’99 (BED) works with PBK Architects
in Houston as field representative at Katy Independent School
HEALTHCARE DESIGN IN VIRGINIA
Elizabeth Floyd ’00 (MARCH) is an architectural
project coordinator for HDR in Alexandria, Va. and is currently
working on healthcare projects.
AIRPORT SECURITY PROJECT
Dawna Houchin ’00 (BED) is currently working
in the New York office of Corgan Associates as an architectural
intern. The company is coordinating the installation of security
screening devices for all airports as mandated by Congress after
the September 11th terrorist attacks.
CLASSROOM PROJECT UNDER WAY
Joshua Miller ’00 (BED) will begin onsite management
and inspection for the construction of 10 special-interest classrooms
for Fort Worth ISD. Miller’s other projects include four YMCA
facilities and a newly announced shopping center in Wichita Falls,
Robin Newman ’00 (BSLA) was elected 2002-03 South
Texas Section Chair for the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Newman is currently employed at Rialto Studio, Inc. in San Antonio.
ACROSS THE POND
Matthew Roy ’00 (BDCR) and his wife are currently
living in London while pursuing a Master’s degree in project enterprise
management at University College London.
ESTIMATING IN ROUND ROCK
Cori M. Carlisle ’01 (BDCR) is currently bidding
jobs and estimating a number of construction management projects.
She works as an estimator for BRATH, Inc. in Round Rock, Texas.
She has also been involved in marketing opportunities for BRATH
including the creation of the PowerPoint used in all project interviews
and beginning the company newsletter. She is married to Brent
O’Brien, class of ’96 (MBA ’00), who is currently working for
3M in Austin.
PLANNER OF THE YEAR
Central Texas APA honored Lindsey K. Nall ’01
(BED) for creating the 2003 Development Review Plan of the Year.
Nall works for the City of Bryan, Texas as a development project
COLUMBIAN REAL ESTATE VENTURE
Fernando Solano ’01 (MSLD) is currently working
for two construction material suppliers as a commercial representative
and is starting a real estate consulting company in Bogota, Columbia.
INTERNING IN AUSTIN
Since graduation, Paul M. Thompson ’01 (BED)
has been working as an intern architect for Graeber, Simmons and
Cowan of Austin.
STUDYING IN WASHINGTON
David DiPuma ’02 (BED) is in his second year
in the Architecture and Urban Planning master’s program at the
University of Washington. DiPuma has worked as a graduate assistant
for the past year with Trammel Crow Residential in Houston and
was married in July.
AGGIE IN WASHINGTON D.C.
Matt Lewis ENDS,
MSCM '02 is working in the concrete division for Clark Construction
in Washington D.C. He's done everything from concrete superintendent
to project management. Currently, he is helping Clark build a
12-story headquarters for the International Monetary Fund just
about two blocks from the White House. He says the presidential
motorcade drives by the job site all of the time and the president's
helicopter often flies over the tower cranes.
Matt lives in Tyson's Corner, a northern Virginia suburb, and
rides the metro to work--about a 30-minute commute. He says there
is a great A&M Club in D.C.--"the biggest and most active
outside of the State of Texas, I am told." I am extremely
active and hang out almost exclusively with Aggies. I find the
yankees here to be fairly unfriendly.
COORDINATING FOSSIL, INC.
Sterling Randall Smith ’02 (BED) is enjoying
his project coordinator position for Fossil, Inc. in Richardson,
Marco D. Trejo ’02 (BED) reports that he has
purchased a small island off the southwestern coast of Spain.
Christine M. Van Dike ’02 (BED) currently resides
in Spring, Texas working as an architectural assistant at Innovative
Design Services. She has been looking into several graduate schools
ABROAD IN BARCELONA
Barry A. Espinosa ’03 (MARCH) is moving to Barcelona,
Spain to pursue a doctorate degree in architecture, emphasizing
its social and cultural aspects.
BUILDING NEW CHEMISTRY BUILDING
Thomas Garza ’03 (BDCR) is an office engineer
with Austin Commercial in Dallas. He is currently working on a
new chemistry building on the campus of The University of North
ENGINEERING IN COLORADO
Jamie R. Marden ’03 (BED) currently holds a design
engineering technician position for ISEC, Inc., an interior sub-contractor,
in Englewood, Colo.
WORKING ON MASTER’S
Nicholas McWhirter ’03 (BED) is currently pursuing
a graduate degree at the University of Texas at Arlington.
PRINCE WITH KAJIMA
Andrew Z. Prince ’03 (BDCR) is a project engineer
with Kajima Construction Services, Inc., in Coppell and was married
in July and now has three beautiful step-children.