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LS3P Honors Charleston Employees

May 09, 2018 02:45PM ● By Kathleen Maris

Nine of LS3P's Charleston team members were recognized for exemplary efforts.

Architect Lindsey Stang was recognized as an associate principal. Stang, an expert in healthcare planning and design who joined the firm in 2011, has a broad portfolio of healthcare architecture. Her notable recent projects have included the MUSC’s Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery Center in North Charleston, Trident Technical College’s Nursing and Science Building in North Charleston, and renovations to Self Regional Hospital in Greenwood.

Architect Ben Anderson, Senior Interior Designer Michelle Hertel, and In-House Counsel John Works were all recognized as senior associates. Anderson, who joined the firm in 2011, has designed a diverse portfolio of hospitality, transportation, civic, K-12, higher education, commercial, and faith projects. Hertel, who joined the firm in 2014, provides interiors expertise for a wide variety of project types including education, healthcare, and commercial designs. Works, who joined the firm in 2008, provides advice on legal issues specific to LS3P. 

Emily Dawson, Interior Designer Krista Gorman, Assistant Construction Administrator Denise Haines, Specifications Writer Jamier Hunt, and Interior Designer Christine Webb were all recognized as associates. Dawson, a recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design with a Master of Architecture, first joined Dawson Architects (which merged with LS3P in 2016) in 2010 and is experienced in the education and multifamily housing sectors. Gorman joined the firm in 2014 and has an extensive portfolio of interior design for hospitality projects. Haines joined the firm in 2014 and supports construction administration efforts for the Charleston office. Hunt joined the firm in 2014 and writes project specifications for all practice areas. Webb joined the firm in 2016 and designs interiors across many market sectors.