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DCI Engineers promotes 3 Senior Project Managers to Associates

— DCI Engineers, civil and structural consulting engineers, announces the promotions of Logun Rasmussen, Thomas Holman and Matthew Thomas to firm Associates. All three structural engineers support DCI's Spokane office.

Logun Rasmussen, P.E., S.E., has been promoted as an Associate at DCI. Joining DCI in 2004, Rasmussen has developed a rapport with eastern Washington communities through his involvement with high-profile projects in Spokane and Pullman, Washington. His past projects include the 17-story Davenport Grand Hotel; a 91,000-sf addition to the Spokane Convention Center; a 94,000-sf addition to Washington State University's (WSU) Martin Stadium; and the 95,000-sf addition to the WSU Football Operations Building. He is currently co-chair of the firm's wood committee which develops engineering design standards and details for building with the material. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Washington State University. Rasmussen is also an active board member of the Safari Club International (SCI) organization.

Thomas Holman, P.E., S.E., was promoted to an Associate at DCI. As part of his new role, he will maintain and develop client accounts; manage teams involved in larger projects; and direct project schedules and budgets. Since joining the firm in 2006, Holman worked on the Penesquito Crushing Station in Mexico; numerous mixed-use buildings and developments in Bellevue and Covington, Washington; the 1 million gallon concrete Colville Reservoir; and other notable projects. He has become an expert in heavy industrial design which includes semi-mobile equipment, material handling, and fatigue analysis. Among the pool of clients he has worked with, Holman has teamed with SRM Development, Inland Group, and Lydig Construction. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Boise State University. Holman is currently the board president for 'Partnering for Progress,' a local non-profit group serving communities in rural southern Kenya.

Matthew Thomas, S.E., was also promoted as an Associate at DCI. Since 2006, he has fulfilled responsibilities as a project engineer and senior project manager for a wide range of commercial and civil projects. Some of the unique projects Thomas led includes the Northtown Mall Redevelopment and Ruby Housing in Spokane, Washington and the Colville Tribal Government Center in Nespelem, Washington. He is a technical committee member in the firm's steel, concrete and design load focus groups. Thomas earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering at Walla Walla University. He is also an active member of the Structural Engineering Association of Washington (SEAW).

Founded in 1988, DCI is a civil and structural consulting engineering firm providing innovative and cost efficient engineering solutions for today's construction environment around the world. DCI is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with offices in Spokane, Washington; Portland, Oregon; San Diego, Irvine and San Francisco; California; Austin, Texas; and Anchorage Alaska and licensed in all 50 States, as well as several Canadian provinces.

DCI Engineers employs more than 200 engineering, technical and support staff members, many of whom hold advanced degrees and have won numerous design awards. For more information about DCI Engineers visit: www.dci-engineers.com.


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