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1/10/2018

Berger Partnership Promotes One, Hires Three

Three individuals have joined the staff of Berger Partnership. Berger Partnership is also pleased to announce the promotion of key team member Anna O’Connell to associate. 

O’Connell joined the firm in 2016 and has since taken on some of the firm’s most complicated projects. She is currently managing the Capitol Hill transit oriented development project, LifeBridge mixed-use development and a renovation for the Seattle Tennis Club. Her wide-ranging project experience includes multifamily developments, hospitals, and higher educational facilities. She holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington and is co-chair of the UW’s Professional Advisory Committee.

Kaiyue Fan joined the firm mid-year 2017 as a member of the landscape design staff. She brings strong graphic and computer rendering skills learned while earning her Master of Landscape Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design. She holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Tongji University, China, and won the Student Display Competition at the Southern New England APA Conference for her work on the Central Falls Comprehensive Master Plan Project. Fan is currently working on the WSU Plant Sciences Building in Pullman, Riverfront Park Pavilion in Spokane, Zillah High School, and UPS Welcome Center in Tacoma. 

Christine Abbott, a new member of the landscape design staff, has experience as both a teacher and practitioner of landscape architecture and architecture. She most recently served as a visiting assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis. Her current workload includes the Olmsted Park Study, Totem Lake Park Phase 1, and several residential projects. She holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Harvard University and earned her undergraduate studies in architecture at the University of Virginia and a master of architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 

Shannon Leslie re-joined the firm as a project manager during the latter part of 2017. She has a passion for green stormwater infrastructure and plant palette development with an emphasis on native plants. She is a member of the Seattle AIA Task Force on Homelessness and is currently working on the Midtown mixed-use development, Trinity Condos and several residential projects. She attended the University of Washington, where she received a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, and earned her master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon. She interned with Berger Partnership the summer of 2009.

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