January 10, 2022

We are very pleased to make the always-enjoyable announcement about the professional advancements of some of Epstein's staff members.

Recently, 14 employees received well-deserved promotions for their overall performances. Those individuals include:

David Scott (Business Development). Epstein is proud to announce the promotion of David to Senior Vice President. David is a key part of Epstein’s Business Development team and, over the past few years, has played an integral role in dramatically increasing the firm’s market share in the hospitality and cannabis markets. David is a remarkable, self-driven individual who, in his 25-plus year career at Epstein, has distinguished himself as one of the firm’s key senior leaders. This very well-deserved promotion signifies David’s numerous contributions to the firm.

Bradley Dennis (DesignBuild) to Vice President. Bradley has been an important member of the Epstein organization since joining the firm in 2004, serving in a wide variety of roles in our interior design, construction and project management teams. Over the past several years, Bradley has been responsible for managing the highly successful Illinois Tollway Systemwide Maintenance Facility program, an effort that has involved the design of a number of new service facilities as well as renovations and master plans.

Sarah Bush (Architecture) to Senior Design Professional

Kristin Callahan (Marketing & Business Development) to Senior Content Strategist

Deion DeBose (DesignBuild) to Associate Project Manager

Trey Erbs (Civil) to Senior Design Engineer

Brad Hartig (Architecture) to Architectural Studio Lead

Bob Helmer (DesignBuild) to Assistant Field Manager

Sean King (Architecture) to Senior Design Professional

Gary Lammers (DesignBuild) to Senior Field Manager

Carlos Morales (MEP) to Senior Design Engineer

Joe Nelson (MEP) to Senior Project Engineer

Hannah Perl (Civil) to Senior Design Engineer

Kelsey Wuthrich (Civil) to Project Engineer

Many congratulations to all for these earned promotions! We wish you continued success in your new roles.