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Hoffman Welcomes New Staff

September 20, 2017

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Scott Pigeon
Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. | Director of Marketing
Phone: 920-380-2175 | Email: spigeon@hoffman.net


Hoffman Welcomes New Staff

(Appleton, WI) – Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. of Appleton is pleased to welcome to its staff Jon Rynish as project architect, Amy Moore as designer, and Ryan Gillings as assistant project manager.

A graduate of UW-Milwaukee with a degree in Architectural Studies, Rynish has nearly 10 years of experience in the design industry. As a project architect, Rynish works with clients from the start of the project through completion, managing various design-related activities, including planning and programming, design development and construction administration.

Moore earned her bachelor’s degree in interior design from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and an architectural technology degree from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She has also been owner/designer at Amy Beth Interiors, LLC since 1994. As a designer, Moore is involved in all aspects of a project, from pre-planning to completion. She’ll work closely with the project architect in producing design documents.

Gillings, a recent graduate of Fox Valley Technical College, served as a construction laborer and assistant project manager for the U.S. Navy. As assistant project manager at Hoffman, Gillings supports various project tasks including bidding, submittals, monthly project accounting and closeout actions.

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Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. is an integrated Total Project Management firm based in Appleton, Wisconsin. Hoffman’s mission is to make a positive impact on people’s lives and their environment by providing creative ideas and responsible solutions. Total Project Management (TPM), is Hoffman’s exclusive process that integrates efficient, healthy, and cost-effective building solutions that respect the environment while enhancing a building’s quality and value and reducing initial and long-term facility costs. Learn more at www.hoffman.net.

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