San Jose & Sacramento, CA—Dihn Nguyen and Patty Green, aAIA, have been promoted to the position of Project Designer III in Studio W Architects’ San Jose and Sacramento Studios, respectively. In this role, they are responsible for supporting the architectural teams by developing project documents, working with manufacturers on specified projects and researching applicable code information.

Dinh joined Studio W Architects five years ago and has been involved with several education projects. He is currently overseeing the design and document development for the $16 million renovation of Cañada College’s Building 13 Instructional Center, as well as the Lipman Middle School Modernization and Panorama Elementary School Modernization projects with Brisbane School District. Additional projects in Dinh’s background include the Round Valley High School Gymnasium in Mendocino County and Serendipity School Modernization in Belmont, CA. He possesses a Master of Architecture and Master of Science with a structures concentration (a joint degree) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from San Jose State University.

With eight years of experience, Patty’s background includes K-12 education and commercial projects. She has been involved with a variety of modernization and new construction projects for Buena Park School District, Paradise Unified School District and Natomas Unified School District, including the recently completed $54.8 million K-8 Conversions at American Lakes, Bannon Creek and Jefferson Schools. Patty earned a Master of Architecture from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.