Mike Newman

Mike Newman

Mike’s approach to architecture follows a quote by Hans Hollien “Everything is Architecture”. He examines how each person may use the building, items within the building, and how the building overall serves the community.

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Carl Berry

Carl berry

Carl graduated from the University of Oregon with a Master of Architecture and a focus on public and community-oriented design. He then spent two years in Seattle working on large-scale commercial office developments before relocating to Madison, Wisconsin.

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Jacob Ziomek

Jacob Ziomek

Jacob’s approach to design synchronizes people, systems, business structures, and practices into a process that captures a company’s vision and mission.

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Michael Zhou

Michael Zhou

As an Architectural Design Specialist, Michael has contributed to the schematic design, design development, and construction document stages of various types of projects ranging from academic facilities to performance art centers.

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Thomas Zalewski

Thomas Zalewski

Tom has 30 years of structural engineering experience before he turned his attention to buildings. He is equipped with extensive technical experience in bridges, hydraulics, underground structures, and dam engineering. His technical experience focuses on replacements, rehabilitations, and inspections. Tom’s specific responsibilities include project management, plan layout and design, structural calculations, in-depth inspections, rehabilitation reports, life-cycle analysis, hydraulic calculations, plan and specification preparation, environmental reports, public involvement, and agency coordination. His attention to detail and ability to apply creative solutions to technical problems is an asset to any project team.

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Cassie Potts

Cassie attended Waukesha County Technical College and graduated with dual degrees in Architectural Drafting and Interior Design—roles in which she can switch between seamlessly. She is organized, goal-oriented, has a keen eye for detail, and is dedicated to her craft in a field that she finds incredibly rewarding to work in.

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Sarah Phillips

Sarah Phillips

As a construction administrator and architectural design specialist, Sarah is highly organized, detail-oriented, and an excellent communicator. She finds efficiencies in operations and uses her eye for great design to expertly review architectural drawings and prepare high-quality construction documents.

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Joseph Pautsch

Joe Pautsch

Joseph is a designer that loves to take projects from the first step to the final coat of paint. He became an architect to build holistic spaces that people can call their home away from home.

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Mark McClintock

Mark McClintock

As a Senior Project Manager, Mark is available to guide and educate Owners through the design and construction process of their project. He is skilled at working with municipalities and local officials to guide and develop projects through local building codes and zoning ordinances. Mark coordinates with project consultants, collaborates on issues and develops custom solutions and project specifications for every project he works on. Depending on the type of project, he is also available to help guide the project through public or private bidding phases. Mark’s greatest value to a project team is his attention to detail and wide breadth of experience.

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Thomas Matejka

Thomas Matejka

Tom’s expertise as Strang’s Lead Architectural Design Specialist positions him as a true asset to any project’s success. Tom’s expertise includes the ability to manage highly technical details and understanding about how spaces interact with each other in day-to-day use. He is passionate about team collaboration and believes each discipline working together will achieve the best product for any client’s needs. Tom enjoys working on complex projects that present challenges as this gives him the opportunity to implement his creative thinking and strategize project outcomes.

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