A&E Design Announces Staff Achievements
The following staff took on new leadership roles within A & E Design, beginning Jan. 1:
—Over a decade of experience and a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University positioned architect Justin Alexander, AIA, to advance from senior associate to principal at A&E Design. Alexander’s contributions have been integral to the success of many projects throughout the western United States, including the expansion of Stock Farm Club in Hamilton, developments at Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, and multiple residences in California and Nevada.
— With a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University and 13 years’ experience in design, Brad Doll, AIA, earned a promotion from senior associate to principal. As an architect, Doll is a problem solver and an unconventional thinker. His work can be seen in notable projects across Montana, like MSU’s Bobcat Athletic Complex, Jeannette Rankin Elementary School in Missoula, and the new community center in Big Sky.
— Chad Schreiner advances to the role of associate with more than a decade of experience at A&E Design in Billings. Schreiner is a project designer and project manager with a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University, where he graduated with the highest honors. Since 2009, his skill set has contributed to multiple projects in Billings, including the Norther Hotel renovation, the Billings Clinic bed expansion project currently under construction, and the new Elder Grove Middle School.
— After only three years on the A&E Design staff, brand strategist Brian Sullivan has been promoted to an associate role. Sullivan joined the firm’s Bozeman office in 2018 with a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University. His diverse background provides unique insights to effectively resolve complex design problems for a wide range of industries, including retail, entertainment, healthcare, and hospitality. Global outdoor equipment brand Mystery Ranch, the Healthy Is Wellness employee wellness program, and Bozeman restaurant Revelry feature Sullivan’s brand strategy work.
— In her 10th year at A&E Design, Jolene Walker, RA, rounds out the list of new associates within the firm. With a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University, Walker has spent the last decade seeing numerous projects through from concept to construction. Her tremendous design and architecture skill set is evident in multiple historic preservation projects, Montana and California residences, and elementary schools in Missoula, Belgrade, and Townsend, Montana.