Bloomfield Hills, Mich., December 3, 2013 — TMP Architecture, Inc. is proud to announce that five professionals have been hired to join the firm’s Bloomfield Hills office.
Christopher Hess, Peggy De Vos and Danielle O’Neal join TMP’s architectural department. John Burhenn joins the field department,and Joyce Monette joins TMP’s administrative staff.
Christopher Hess, LEED AP holds a Master of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University and a Bachelor of Interior Design degree from Michigan State University. A Clarkston resident, Hess most recently worked with FES Group, Auburn Hills and Penske Corporation, Bloomfield Hills.
Peggy De Vos holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design degree from Wayne State University and a Master of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University. A Washington resident, De Vos most recently worked for Hamilton Anderson Associates, Detroit and Smith + Schurman Associates, Birmingham.
Danielle O’Neal, Associate AIA, a Texas native living in Dearborn, has approximately seven years of architectural experience. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Architecture degrees. Danielle most recently worked for Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas in Farmington Hills.
John R. Burhenn, CDT, LEED AP has over 19 years of experience in design and construction. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from the University of Michigan. John was formerly employed by HKS Architects, Inc, Northville.
Troy resident Joyce Monette joins the administrative support staff of TMP. A native of the Philippines, Joyce brings over 13 years of experience and previously worked for APCO/ArCon Construction and Services, Dearborn and CDPA Architects, Inc., Wixom.
TMP has offices in Bloomfield Hills and Portage, Michigan, producing a variety of projects for college/university, K-12 educational and municipal clients. Some of the firm’s current work includes a new Middle School for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, the new North Campus Student Center at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and renovations to Cocke & Cormack Halls at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington.