Chapter Board Members
Colin Anderson is a Senior Project Manager with Integrus Architecture and Vice President of the Inland Northwest DBIA Chapter. He previously was the Programs and Education chair for 4 years. Prior to his architectural career, Colin spent 15 years in construction which has proven a valuable resource. Colin has worked on roughly $260 million worth of Design Build projects over the last six years. Colin received his undergraduate degrees from Minnesota State Moorhead and Washington State University. He received his MS in Architecture from WA State University.
Erick Fitzpatrick has spent 13 years providing civil engineering services across the Inland Northwest. His diverse portfolio includes educational facilities, public works, commercial site development, and residential plats. Erick’s work emphasizes stormwater flow control and water quality treatment, and he has earned strong knowledge of the region and its municipalities. He is passionate about sustainable approaches to stormwater management provides his expertise to both design and regulatory projects. He is a mentor to emerging professionals, and takes pride in turning ideas into reality. In his free time, he is a movie buff and avid outdoorsman.
Chapter Committee Members
Vince Campanella, Lydig Construction – Vince brings over 35 years of experience in construction management, design management, public & private contracting, and preconstruction. Vince’s experience in alternative delivery projects (GC/CM & Design-Build) is extensive, including over $160 million in Design-Build projects in the last 15 years, and his involvement in the preconstruction services associated with those projects has led to their success and Lydig Construction’s position as one of the top contractors in the region for alternative delivery projects.
Rusty is responsible for recruiting and maintaining business sponsorships that support the local and regional chapters. He is an experienced GC/CM and Design/Build practitioner. He served six years on CPARB’s Project Review Committee. Rusty leads multiple Owner and stakeholder project and construction management engagements, totaling over $620 million and 2.3 million gross square feet of K-12, Municipal and Higher Education new or modernized capital improvement projects. Rusty is a former, retired US Army Corps of Engineer officer.
Brian’s 21 years in commercial construction has focused mostly around alternative delivery projects. Whether design-assist, traditional or progressive design-build or integrated project delivery, Brian enjoys bringing teams together that perform well together and deliver maximum value for the end user.
Leslie Hebert, Coffman Engineers Leslie has more than 10 years of marketing and business development experience in the AEC industry. Her role at Coffman Engineers has included leading and coordinating the Design-Build proposal process. She is a DBIA marketing committee member of the Northwest Region.
Board Members at Large
Board Member at Large
Rustin is the President/CEO of ALSC Architects P.S., a Spokane / Coeur d’Alene architectural firm that has served clients locally, nationally and internationally for over 70 years. Rustin, his five business partners and staff of 45 provide master planning, pre-design/feasibility studies, architectural and interior design services for sports and recreation, higher education, K-12, municipal, government and private clients. Rustin earned his Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Washington State University. Throughout his career, he has focused on developing his expertise in integrated project delivery, leadership development and community support through volunteerism. Rustin serves on numerous local and state boards and commissions including the Spokane Chapter of the DBIA, the Washington State CPARB Project Review Committee (past Chair), Greater Spokane Incorporated, Spokane Sports Commission, Boy Scouts of America (incoming Chair) and the WSU Riverpoint Advisory Council.
Board Member at Large
Doyle has 30+ years in the Design/Build arena with projects ranging from semiconductor manufacturing facilities, chemical treatment plants, power generation and co-generation plants, heavy industrial facilities, mining, and CLT manufacturing. His most recent endeavor is leading the design-build efforts for the Catalyst Complex in Spokane, WA. Doyle leads his design-build efforts through a high focus on collaboration, establishing early project success goals, and a personal investment in the team to create a high level of trust. Doyle currently holds board membership positions in DBIA, SMACNA, PIPE, JATC (2), and Royal Rangers.