Berners-Schober Associates, Inc., one of the region’s leading architecture, engineering and interior design firms, is pleased to announce the naming of three new Associates: Jim Hinze, Nic Kaufmann and Dan Heling. Associates at Berners-Schober are promoted for their exceptional leadership, high professional standards and innovative problem solving approaches that will strengthen and enhance Berners-Schober’s future.
“We are excited to see our three new Associates continue to carry forth the core values of Berners-Schober, and meld them with their own, creative ideas and leadership that will keep Berners-Schober progressing for years to come” states Berners-Schober President, Joseph Dettlaff.
Jim Hinze, AIA – Since joining Berners-Schober in 2016, Jim has become an instrumental part of the education/commercial studio. Previously, Jim served as an architect for a firm in the Milwaukee area where he worked in education, corporate and religious markets. Jim’s construction experience also includes prior work history as a carpenter and project manager.
Nic Kaufmann – Nic has 12 years of experience in design and construction. He is the lead Architectural Production Team Facilitator in Berners-Schober’s healthcare studio, and an alumnus of University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Technical Leadership program. Nic leads healthcare projects throughout Wisconsin & Illinois.
Dan Heling – Dan has 16 years of experience as Berners-Schober’s systems administrator. He is responsible for management and technical support for the company’s IT infrastructure, phone systems, and application support for field agents and office staff. Dan has an educational background in architectural technology, allowing him to address both the end-user and server IT issues.
About Berners-Schober Associates, Inc.
Berners-Schober, established in 1898, is an award-winning architecture, engineering and interior design firm, employing 45 professionals, providing socially and environmentally responsible architecture to community, business, healthcare and higher education clientele.