Ching brings 26 years experience in architectural management of highly technical, mission-critical facilities for D+B clients.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(SACRAMENTO, SAN FRANCISCO) – Michael Ching, AIA, LEED AP, promotes at the Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture (D+B) Sacramento office to Technical Director, bringing 26 years of experience. Ching has worked at D+B for 13 years as a Senior Project Architect and has worked on the California ISO Headquarters, San Joaquin RTD Regional Transportation Center, and San Joaquin Agriculture Center & Emergency Operations Center. Ching is currently working on the Sacramento State Welcome Center/UTAPS building and Turlock Irrigation District Palm Street Operations Complex. He previously worked at Carter & Burgess as a project architect. The announcement is made by John C. Webre, president of the Sacramento-based firm.
“Mike is a deeply skilled technical architect who understands how buildings are put together,” said Webre. “We recognize his expertise and welcome his promotion in order to bring those skills to all of our projects, firm-wide,” he said.
Ching received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design at University of California, Davis in 1985, and a Master of Architecture at University of California, Los Angeles in 1993. He is a Central Valley chapter member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Originally from Sacramento, Ching resides in East Sacramento.
Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture
Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture, founded in 1950 in Sacramento, CA, with an office in San Francisco, is a 38-person firm headquartered in the California capital. The firm serves corporate, public, and institutional markets with solutions achieved through collaboration and innovation. Committed to a sustainable future, D+B brings expertise in architecture, master planning, interiors, graphic design, and construction services. Recently completed projects include The Shop at VSP Global, CLARA Midtown, and Placer County Animal Services Center.
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