2018 off to a great start

Noll & Tam Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of five members of our staff. Each of these individuals have contributed to the growth of the firm, and shown their commitment to Noll & Tam’s future. We are so happy to have them as key members of our leadership team. Congratulations!

Annika Dukes, Associate Principal
In her 15th year at Noll & Tam, Annika has become a leader in the marketing and business development of the firm. Her attention to detail, knowledge of the industry, and dedication to Noll & Tam has helped us find success as we reach into new sectors.

Jane Catalano, Associate Principal
Jane joined Noll & Tam in 2014 to expand our interior design department. A talented designer with 17 years of experience, she manages interiors projects and leads the interior design of larger projects, helping create beautiful spaces that make people feel comfortable and welcomed.

Terri L. Sudbrook, Associate
We were excited when Terri joined Noll & Tam as our new Director of Healthcare Projects in February 2017. With more than 15 years’ experience, she specializes in healthcare design, in particular designing spaces and systems to accommodate imaging equipment. Terri greatly enhances our ability to provide healthcare clients with the best creative thinking in healthcare design and construction.

Emily Owens, Associate
With Noll & Tam since May 2015, Emily has seven years of experience working on projects in the public sector. She has been an asset to the firm both with her work on projects and in improving internal operations. Emily is inspired to design spaces that improve how people interact with their environments – whether a community center, an education building, or a city permit center.

Mike Owens, Associate
Mike is a recently licensed architect who has been with Noll & Tam for three-and-a-half years and leads the firm’s Lean Committee. Currently finishing construction administration on the new Oakland Zoo California Trail project, Mike is a diligent problem solver, sharing his commitment to meaningful, environmentally conscientious design.