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New Beginnings At The Spinnaker Group

Posted in News on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 at 2:29 pm No Comments
New Beginnings At The Spinnaker Group

The Spinnaker Group Inc. has had several employee changes over the past few months. Starting with internal growth, TSG is proud to announce the promotion of Jonathan Burgess, LEED AP ND, BD+C to the position of Vice President of Sustainable Operations. Jonathan exudes a level of professionalism and knowledge that extend well beyond his years. Along with continuing duties as LEED project manager, Jonathan’s new responsibilities include overseeing the Sustainability Division’s vision, mission and overall direction while leading, mentoring, planning and evaluating the work of all LEED project managers. He supervises all LEED projects, both locally and internationally, while exploring new project opportunities.

New to the firm is Brittany Lewis, LEED AP BD+C, who joined The Spinnaker Group on December 23, 2013 as a LEED Project Manager. Brittany comes to TSG with several years of construction project management experience and will be working on all facets of LEED projects. Brittany excels at many tasks, including a high level of project management organization as well as bringing new and fresh ideas to the organization.

Finally, The Spinnaker Group regretfully announces the retirement of Linda Smithe, RA, LEED AP BD+C. Linda was loved by everyone at TSG and will be sorely missed. She displayed a level of dedication and professionalism that is difficult to replicate by others. Even though the staff at The Spinnaker Group is sad she will no longer be working at the company, they celebrate her retirement with her and recognize it as a major accomplishment and milestone in her professional and personal life. Linda has over 25 years of experience in the architecture, CSI and LEED project management industry and will be missed everyday by her peers and clients. The Spinnaker Group bids Linda and her husband farewell as they venture off into the Caribbean Ocean on their yearlong sailing adventure. That is a retirement worth celebrating!