Jared Weismantel has joined global design and engineering firm Stantec as a senior industrial architect to support the company’s North America Transit Buildings practice. Weismantel “brings extensive experience with a longstanding specialty in the transit sector,” Stantec said.
Based in Minneapolis, Weismantel will focus on Stantec’s Industrial Design services in the U.S., collaborating on project pursuits, providing practice leadership and quality control oversight from project concept through to completion. This will include “melding quality functional design with innovative operations and resiliency planning.”
Weismantel “works alongside clients to establish a cohesive planning and design experience and brings an in-depth perspective of facility planning, programming, facility functional desig, and preparation of equipment requirements and specifications,” Stantec noted. “He has worked on more than 100 maintenance facility projects across North America for civic, transit and education clients.”
Weismantel earned his Master of Architecture from North Dakota State University. He is a registered architect and is certified by the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) as a construction document technologist.
“Jared brings exceptional knowledge and expertise, coupled with an innate understanding of the impact public transit and city services facilities have on the communities they serve,” said Ken Anderson, Buildings Transit Sector leader for Stantec. “With his talent and passion for the industry, I am confident he will provide immense value to our clients, projects and teams throughout North America.”
Stantec’s Transit Building’s practice includes more than 100 professionals specializing in the design of transit/civic facilities and stations across North America. “Functionality, aesthetics, sustainable design and the wellness of the employees that work in the facilities we design are our key priorities,” the company said. “Stantec is proud to be ranked as a top ten architecture firm by Architectural Record and among the Top 5 Transit Architecture Firms by Building Design + Construction.”