Wilber joins ECI/Hyer

Posted on November 15, 2013 

Anchorage firm ECI/Hyer would like to announce the addition of new staff member Wende Wilber. With this addition, ECI/Hyer is reconnecting with their roots as ECI/Hyer Architecture, Planning, and Interiors. 

Wende graduated from Eastern Washington University in 1992 with a Master of Urban and Regional Planning. She has been working with multi-disciplinary architectural, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) teams for more than two decades. She holds professional certification through the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Institute of Transportation Engineers (PTP), International Association for Public Participation (IAP2), and American Montessori Society. 

Wende is currently providing code compliance, land use and site planning, permitting, and space programming services for the City of Wasilla’s new Library and Alaska Geological Materials Center, and grant assistance for the City of Nome’s Richard Foster Building. 

ECI/Hyer is an Anchorage-based, client-oriented architecture, planning, and interior design firm that strives for excellence in community-based Alaska design. 

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