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New Staff Joins the Ever-Growing Davis Partnership Architects

Denver, CO — Alice Owen, Susan Pon-Biscoe, Jordan Tuboff, Fernanda Garcia, Barbara Worthington and Kevin Goodlett have joined Davis Partnership Architects. They will assist in the management, design and construction of architectural and interior design projects at Davis Partnership.

Davis Partnership welcomes Alice Owen, senior intern, to the commercial practice group studio. With international design experience from New Zealand, to London and Denver, she offers 12 years of practice in architectural design. Alice’s skill set encompasses a large range of project types from commercial offices, high-end retail and adaptive re-use with material detailing and sustainability.

Susan Pon-Biscoe is the newest addition to the Davis Partnership Interior Design Studio. As a senior interior design project manager, Ms. Pon-Biscoe will provide oversight as well as insight to our interior design healthcare sector projects. Susan is a graduate of Syracuse University and brings over 10-years of experience in healthcare and corporate interior design working in Australia, Hong Kong and the US, she will be contributing to our healthcare project teams.

Davis also announces the recent addition of Jordan Turboff to our interior design studio. She joins our team as an interior design intern assisting with commercial and healthcare interiors projects. Jordan is a Regis University and Rocky Mountain College of Art+Design graduate and brings experience in commercial office and healthcare interior design, space planning, sustainability, construction administration and commercial real estate.

Davis Partnership is excited to have Fernanda Garcia as a part-time interior design student intern. She will be helping maintain the interiors materials library and providing supplementary support on interior studio projects. Ms. Garcia is attending the Rocky Mountain College of Art+ Design pursuing a degree in interior design with an emphasis on sustainable design.

Barbara Worthington recently relocated to Denver from Kansas City where she was a Graphic and Environmental Designer at the world renowned Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Barbara is a Kansas State graduate and has a great eye for design. She is joining our Environmental Design studio where she brings years of environmental design experience to Davis Partnership Architects.

Kevin Goodlett has his master’s degree from Kent State Univ. and brings several years of architectural practice from the Eastern United States. Mr. Goodlett joins our Healthcare Studio as a Architect Intern where he will be helping with design and documentation of various projects.

Headshots courtesy of Davis Partnership Architects

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