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Design veteran promoted to executive position at Ware Malcomb

Jim Terry joins Pleasanton office with responsibility for Northern California

Jim Terry has been promoted to Principal, Commercial Architecture in Ware Malcomb's Pleasanton office with responsibility for overseeing all of the firm's commercial architecture projects in Northern California.

In this role, Terry joins the firm's senior leadership team in addition to overseeing all commercial architecture projects in Northern California.

Terry brings over 30 years of architectural, design, and management experience to his new position. He joined Ware Malcomb in 2003 as a project manager in Denver, relocated to the firm's San Ramon office in 2004, and a year later was promoted to director of commercial architecture.

During his career, he has managed a variety of master planning, industrial and commercial office projects for the firm.

"Jim has done an exceptional job leading our business development efforts and site planning for Northern California," said Lawrence R. Armstrong, CEO of Ware Malcomb.

"In addition to being an excellent architect, Jim's superior technical abilities, design talent, and people skills have had a significant positive impact in Northern California, and throughout the company," Armstrong added.

Terry is a licensed architect in California and is a graduate of the Phoenix Institute of Technology, where he received his degree in Architecture.

Established in 1972, Ware Malcomb is an international design firm with 16 office locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Panama. The firm specializes in the design of commercial office, corporate, industrial, science & technology, healthcare, retail, auto dealerships, public/educational facilities and renovation projects.

Its Pleasanton office is located at 4683 Chabot Drive.

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