Julie Romig and Rick Stewart have joined Babcock Design’s Boise office.
Romig has a BA in architecture and was part of a team that designed and built the first passive house-certified affordable multi-family housing project in the United States. She has experience in tenant improvements for retail, restaurants, and health care as well as the rehabilitation of existing properties to meet current codes.
Stewart has 15 years of experience in residential, commercial, and industrial fabrication construction, and 13 years of architectural experience in multi-family, health care, assisted living, and retail. His new role will be in project management. He is seeking licensure as an architect in Idaho. He received a master’s in architecture from the University of Idaho and in 1998 won a global home design competition. His design was accepted by the United Nations Center for Human Settlements in Nairobi.