Ned Jennings, principal at FreemanWhite, has announced that the firm has named Curtis Chi, AIA, LEED AP, director of Raleigh architecture. In this position Chi will be responsible for overseeing all architecture projects in FreemanWhite’s Raleigh office. His responsibilities include supervising architectural staff to ensure adequate resources are properly allocated for the office’s workload and to coordinate with project managers to effectively schedule and manage project deadlines and budgets. Chi spent the previous six years in architectural design and project management positions within FreemanWhite and as part of his new position will participate in marketing and business development activities for the firm and will serve as a mentor to junior architects and interns.
“I congratulate Curtis on being named to his new position,” said Jennings. “His strong work ethic, dedication to the firm and respect he has earned from clients and colleagues over the years here at FreemanWhite are some of the reasons why he will make an excellent director for our Raleigh office.”
FreemanWhite provides architectural, engineering, interior design and consulting services for healthcare organizations in the United States. Founded in 1892, the firm has offices in Charlotte, N.C., Raleigh, N.C. and San Diego, Calif. and employs more than 200 professionals. The firm has received numerous awards and recognitions, including being named the 2005 North Carolina AIA Firm of the Year, as well as the fifteenth largest healthcare firm in the United States in 2006 by Modern Healthcare magazine.