With a focus on the future, LMN Architects continues to ensure the firm evolves in alignment with LMN’s core values. Julie, Osama, and Pamela are the kind of generalist practitioners that have been at the core of the firm’s success over its 41-year history. Each has demonstrated exceptional capabilities across design, technical resolution, project management, client relations and strategic business development.

Julie Adams has been a leader in the performing arts and education markets, leading some of the firm’s most prominent projects, both locally and nationally, through skillful engagement of multi-faceted client groups. Her pragmatic professionalism is paired with a deeply empathetic leadership style. She has been a generous mentor and a careful steward of LMN’s culture.

Osama Quotah leads with a passion for the firm’s work, and his impact extends far beyond the walls of LMN’s studio. He has demonstrated a deep engagement in the local community and advocacy for design as a force for positive change. Osama’s ability to collaborate and communicate LMN’s vision has been instrumental in the success of important cultural and civic projects in the Pacific Northwest.

Pamela Trevithick has demonstrated a commitment to nurturing professional relationships essential to the ongoing success of her projects, clients, and peers. She has led a variety of teams across an array of project typologies, navigating challenges with a steady hand and continually building trust with clients and project stakeholders. Her leadership has been instrumental in broadening the impact and strengthening the resiliency of the firm.

All three individuals have developed strong personal connections across the practice, from emerging professionals to senior firm leaders. As partners, they will work to strengthen cross-generational collaboration and mentoring to improve growth opportunities throughout all aspects of the practice. They will continue their daily leadership of existing projects and reinforce LMN’s capacity to engage new opportunities. They each embody the notion that LMN’s collective intellect, creativity, and passion for design is our most powerful asset—and that individual success is indistinguishable from team success.

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LMN celebrates the Grand Opening of the Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal

INSPIRED BY THE FORM OF A TRIBAL LONGHOUSE BUILT AND USED BY THE REGION’S COAST SALISH TRIBES, THE FERRY TERMINAL BUILDING IS THE STATE’S FIRST NEW FERRY TERMINAL IN 40 YEARS. 01/04/2021

Seattle, Washington – January 4, 2021 – LMN Architects is pleased to celebrate the opening of the Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal in Mukilteo, Washington. With input from local tribes, the two-story terminal building, designed in partnership with KPFF Consulting Engineers, replaces the existing terminal built in 1957 and adheres to contemporary environmental and building standards. The Mukilteo-Clinton ferry route moves more than two million vehicles and nearly four million riders annually in conjunction with State Route 525, the major transportation corridor connecting Whidbey Island to the Seattle-Everett metropolitan area. With proximity to commuter trains via Sound Transit’s Mukilteo Sounder Station, the new two-story terminal building’s walk-on ridership is expected to increase more than 100 percent over the next 20 years during peak commute times. The new terminal provides more space for vehicle holding and separates pedestrian and vehicle boarding with an overhead walkway for safer, more efficient loading, especially for people with disabilities.

Learn more about the project here.