Widseth Smith Nolting expands professional staff

Staff News - Fadley and Hoffmann
Alicia Fadley (left), Kaspari Hoffmann (right)

Widseth Smith Nolting recently welcomed Alicia Fadley and Kaspari Hoffman to its Grand Forks office. Fadley and Hoffman are interns in the architectural department.

Fadley, who has worked with WSN for the past two summers, now joins the firm as a full-time technical designer. She is responsible for assisting with project design, specifications, estimates, client development, and client and public presentations. She also interprets design criteria, develops building designs, and works on site plans. Fadley received a Master of Architecture degree from North Dakota State University.

Hoffmann has experience in design for educational and commercial building types. Previously, she worked on the Park River Area Public School Addition in Park River, North Dakota. She also worked on the Kittson Auditorium in Hallock, Minnesota, and the White Earth Tribal College in Mahnomen, MN. At WSN, Hoffmann will be responsible for architectural drafting, site observation, design, and project management. Hoffman has a Master of Architecture degree from North Dakota State University.