Murraysmith has gained 58 team members so far this year – with 11 of them joining us since the leaves started changing color. We’re so excited to introduce the newest Murraysmith-ers:
Adrienne Angelos enjoys the challenges that she gets to tackle as an engineering designer, and loves feeling like she’s made an impact in her community.
Charlie Dougherty, PE is driven by a desire to protect the natural environment and contribute to safe drinking water, he takes pride in leading water system projects from our Spokane office.
Matt Featherstone is a CAD wizard who enjoys supporting a local sci-fi and by organizing member events as part of a non-profit named “Dethcon”.
Brad Frayo enjoys providing instrumentation and controls solutions that are part of a larger project to protect the environment.
Brian Gigliotti loves to SCUBA dive in tropical waters where he meets many interesting marine creatures, when he isn’t crunching numbers to keep our projects on track, of course.
Keith Liebe started his engineering career in Seattle before he migrated south to his hometown of Portland, then even further down I-5 to join our Eugene office.
Preston Love is a Gonzaga grad who is excited to continue developing new skills through working on a variety of water and wastewater projects in our Spokane office.
Ty Tadano, PE takes pride in seeing his designs appear in, and benefit, the communities where we work. He’s a seasoned pump station engineer and a welcomed addition to our Seattle office.
LaTya Wilkins livens up our Portland office with her true Oregonian spunk and keeps us all moving. Did we mention that LaTya teaches hip-hop dance? Yep, she’s got the moves.
Paul Wilson, PE has worked on almost every kind of water and wastewater project you can think of, including the sea water desalination plant in Carlsbad, California.
Top row, left to right: Brian Gigliotti, LaTya Wilkins, Paul Wilson, Adrienne Angelos
Bottom row, left to right: Preston Love, Charlie Dougherty, Ty Tadano, Matt Featherstone