Miriam L’Engle, who worked on the Rental Car Center at San Diego International (SAN), will put her architectural design, construction management and entitlement processing experience to use as a project manager in the facilities practice at Jacobsen|Daniels.
Most recently, L’Engle served as an architectural project manager for the construction of the Navy Bachelor Enlisted Quarters in Coronado, California. There, she coordinated all aspects of the design and construction process.
She holds an architectural engineering degree from National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico, an Executive MBA from the IPADE Business School and a certificate in historic preservation from Sydney University.
“Miriam is joining us at a great time,” says Rick Griffin, director. “Her depth of knowledge and work ethic will be keys to the success of our facilities practice area projects, and her ability to mentor and lead will be a tremendous asset for years to come.”
Chris Spaulding, an airport planner with the company, says L’Engle will be doing most of her work on airport projects with Jacobsen|Daniels, either in the facilities or planning practices.
Detroit-based Jacobsen|Daniels was founded in 2001. It’s a planning and implementation consulting firm specializing in airport projects.