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Wight & Co. Bring in SOM’s Steffes as Project Director

Scott Steffes has joined architecture, engineering and construction firm Wight & Company as a project director, leading integrated teams on large-scale multi-sector projects. He was most recently an associate director/studio head at the design firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

“We are very enthusiastic that Scott is contributing his technical expertise and deep experience with local and international projects to Wight & Company,” said Mark Wight, chairman and chief executive officer of Wight & Company.

He added, “Scott has proven himself to be particularly adept at building relationships that span disciplines and time zones, a skill that is crucial in this new normal. We know Scott will be instrumental in supporting our firm’s growth initiatives.”

Previously, Steffes worked at Kohn Pedersen Fox in New York. He began his career at Tsoi/Kobus & Associates in Boston.

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