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McFarlane Architects promotes two vice presidents

San Diego-based McFarlane Architects Inc. has promoted Joanne Christy and William Rindone to vice presidents of the firm and will oversee the company’s projects and operations.

Each brings their expertise in project management, firm leadership and design excellence.

Christy is a LEED AP architect and is licensed in Nevada and Hawaii, along with California. She is a graduated of University of Southern California with a bachelor’s in architecture and is certified with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

In her career she has also completed over 2 million square feet of shell and tenant improvement designs with a range of project types including research and development offices and laboratories, higher education and life science facilities.

Rindone has a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Southern California and is certified with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards as well.

He has over 20 years of experience in designing small to high-rise projects including biotech facilities, university housing, dining facilities, office buildings and theaters. His most recent project was the design and construction of the 195,000-square-foot research and development facility for Dart NeuroScience.

McFarlane Architects was established in 2003 and specializes in designing corporate offices, research, development, advanced technology and manufacturing facilities for the public and private sectors.

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