Our People

Troy Miller Senior Architect, Education Planner
Sara Phillips Managing Principal, IDT she / her / hers
Cynthia Poirer Government/Military Design Specialist she / her / hers
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Jess Polus Human Resources Manager she / her / hers
Anne Porter Senior Interior Designer
Nathan Potratz Senior Architect
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Barry Power Senior Project Manager / Senior Civil Engineer
Michelle Pribyl Housing Studio Lead she / her / hers
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Kyle Roddy Survey Lead
Brian Santori Engineering Principal - Energy & Industry he / him / his
James Schultz Senior Electrical Engineer
Matthew Settergren VP, Public Works, Structures & Survey he / him / his
Daniel Shaw Civil Engineering Lead - Site Design
Jon Siiter Engineering Principal - Bridges & Structures
Lori Thompson Chief Financial Officer
Ryan Thorson Mechanical/Electrical Leader - Building Design
Paul Vogel Project Manager, Lead Land Surveyor
Alan Vorderbruggen Engineering Principal - Energy & Industry
Phil Waugh Managing Principal, IDT he / him / his
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David Williams Senior Mechanical Engineer, Sustainability Specialist
Doug Zaun Senior Architect he / him / his

We value great work and good people

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Work that Matters

LHB gives talented professionals in architecture, engineering, and planning a chance to do their best work. We encourage innovation and ambition, and our multifaceted portfolio is deep and diverse–offering staff a chance to explore nearly every aspect of the design profession. From bridges and buildings to highways and pipelines, our projects allow designers to explore, experiment, and excel.

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Driven by Curiosity

Finding the right solution to a problem begins with asking the right questions. We value curiosity and ingenuity. We have enough experience in design to know that the best answers are rarely the easy ones. The LHB team is humble, dedicated, creative, and always looking for better answers–fresh ideas and approaches that can serve clients, improve experiences, and maybe even change the world.