Partners Jamie Wier, Michael Boerner, Jack Allin, and Eric Whitfield of WIER BOERNER ALLIN Architecture, announce the promotion of architects Ryan Hansen and Wade Thompson to partner.

Ryan Hansen, AIA, has been part of the WBA team since 2013, where he has served as Studio Manager. He has over 15 years of experience in project design, preparation of contract documents, research and specification writing, construction administration, and facilities operations and management. Before joining WBA, Hansen worked at Duvall Decker Architects, P.A., as Associate of Contract Management and Construction Administration and as the manager of the firm’s facilities management arm, Rogers Dunn, LLC. During his time at WBA, he has been a vital part of a wide range of projects, including Sewanee University Commons, the Brandon Amphitheater, and the new Wellness Center at the University of Southern Mississippi.

“I am truly grateful for the opportunity Jamie, Michael, and Jack have given me to be a part of this practice,” says Hansen. “My time at WBA has been most rewarding, in large part due to the relationships I have developed with them, the other Partners, and our amazing staff. I am excited for our growth and look forward to our future together.”

Wade Thompson, AIA, NCARB, has served as Studio Manager at WBA since 2010. Thompson’s 18+ years of overall experience in design and construction administration helps keep WBA on the cutting edge of the industry. Before joining WBA, Thompson worked with Duvall Decker Architects, P.A. and Foil Wyatt Architects and Planners, P.A. At WBA, he has worked on a variety of projects including Dudy Noble Field, Polk Dement Stadium, Nusz Park & A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre at Mississippi State University and the new Mississippi Trade Mart.

“We are excited to add Ryan and Wade to our leadership team,” said Michael Boerner. “They are evidence of the great talent we have as part of our team and the opportunity for growth at our firm.”

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