Pinnacle Architecture promotes Shaun Clifford, Project Architect, and Mallory Fair, Interior Designer.
2020 was a challenging year, and these two staff members thrived. Shaun continued to study and passed his final test to become a licensed Oregon architect. Mallory engaged in every project in the office in 2020, providing interior design and overall building visual branding input. Their contributions help the firm fulfill its mission of enhancing lives and communities through the design of housing, healthcare, and public service projects.
“These two individuals live our core values of collaboration, integrity, and socially responsible. They have worked extremely hard over the last year and contributed greatly to the firm. We are proud to promote Shaun and Mallory,” said Peter Baer, Pinnacle’s President.
Shaun Clifford is promoted to Project Architect, Level 1, and joins Pinnacle’s ownership team with Peter Baer and Briana Manfrass. He recently became an Oregon licensed architect and is responsible for design, documentation, and construction administration for multifamily housing, community healthcare, and senior living projects. Current key projects under construction including Hearts for Health, a 21,545 SF integrated community health clinic in Enterprise, OR, and Midtown Place, a 47-unit workforce housing project in Redmond, OR. Shaun heads up the firm’s Building Information Modeling and Revit standards and actively collaborates with teammates on project delivery improvements.
Mallory Fair is promoted to Interior Designer, Level 2. She works with the project teams to ensure cohesive interior and exterior design packages selecting finishes, materials, and products. Mallory is a NCIDQ certified by the National Council for Interior Design, showcasing her knowledge and commitment to the profession. She is a multi-faceted designer and engaged in nearly all of Pinnacle’s projects. She is LEED accredited and helps research and select materials that lead to healthier indoor spaces and less impact on the environment. Current key projects include Cow Creek Health and Wellness North Clinic in Roseburg, OR, a 7,757 SF renovation and Meredith House, Heart of Grant County office and domestic violence shelter in John Day, OR that is currently under construction.
About Pinnacle Architecture
Founded in 1990, Pinnacle Architecture “Enhances Lives and Communities” provides planning, architecture, and interior design services for multifamily housing, healthcare, senior living, education, and social service projects. For more information: www.PinnacleArchitecture.com, 541.388.9897