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Becker Morgan Group Announces New Hires

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 5, 2019
Jamie Feaster
Becker Morgan Group has added three new staff members to its team to support increased project demands, according to a news release.
Jamie Feaster has joined the firm as an architectural designer, officials said. She has been a part of several projects including work for the Kiddie Academy of Wilmington and Go Energies' office work.
Feaster recently relocated to Wilmington. She graduated from Marywood University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Architecture and from Delaware Technical Community College with an associate’s degree in architectural engineering.
Vivian Chiang (right) has also joined the firm as an architectural designer, and has worked on interior renovations for Cape Fear Community College and projects at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, officials said.
Chiang graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture with a minor in landscape architecture from N.C. State University.
And Jessica Meshaw (left) has been hired at the Wilmington office as an administrative assistant, officials said. She brings more than seven years of administrative experience to the team.

The new hires grow Becker Morgan’s staff to more than 90.
“We are very excited to welcome these new team members who will help support the firm’s growth as we strive to continue providing outstanding client services and grow in the Wilmington, NC area,” said Ernest Olds, vice president of Becker Morgan Group, said in the release.
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