Three Parkhill employees receive licenses
Category: Company News
Written By: Valerie Edgren
Date: May 17, 2021
LUBBOCK, Texas — Parkhill has announced its first-quarter licensees.
Jessica Kaskie received a license as a Professional Engineer in Texas. Jessica joined Parkhill’s Site Development Practice in 2015 as an engineering student and has since been employed full-time after earning her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Texas Tech University. She has 12 years of experience in the engineering profession, over 13 years’ experience in Computer-Aided Design technologies, and has assisted in the completion of over 400 projects, including Amarillo College Innovation Hub, Potter County Fire Station, and PlainsCapital Milwaukee Branch. Jessica is actively involved in STEM-related programs in the Lubbock community. She serves as a judge at the annual Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering competition, leads campus tours to middle school females interested in math and science degrees, and aids in engineering summer programs at Texas Tech.
Nichole Carroway has become a licensed Architect in Texas. An associate member of the American Institute of Architects, she has worked on K-12 projects such as Richardson Elementary School in Dimmitt ISD and Amarillo ISD 2017 Bond Improvements as well as Community projects such as the Borger Dome Convention Center, Frisco Commons Park Master Plan and Active Adult Center, and the award-winning Jal Public Schools Junior High and High School Renovation. She holds two degrees from Texas Tech University, a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master’s in Architecture. She also holds a certificate of Historic Preservation from the Texas Tech College of Architecture and is a member of NCARB and the Amarillo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Her skills include Revit, Programing, Visualization, K-12 design, community/municipal design, and projects for West Texas communities.
Salvador T. Sanchez has also become a licensed Architect in Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2016, and a Master of Architecture with a certificate in Urban and Community Design in 2018. Specializing in Building Information Modeling (BIM), master planning, and digital design, he has worked on higher ed projects for Parkhill since 2016, such as the Southern Methodist University Hughes-Trigg Student Center, the TTUHSC Southwest Professional Services Building Renovation, and the Amarillo College Master Plan project. He is a member of the Lubbock Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, a member of Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and the Applied Arts, and Texas Sector Two Vice President of Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc.