Guam – RIM Architects has announced Inna Wiese has been hired as its newest licensed architect.
Ms. Wiese has over 15 years of experience in the industry and is a graduate of Mapua Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Planning. She began her career with RIM Architects in 1996 for three years before departing to California in 2001 with her husband, Brent Wiese, also a registered architect.
During her stay in California she joined an architectural firm in San Luis Obispo where she was an intern in charge of construction documents. In 2009, she returned to Guam and has since continued her career in the industry as a Job Captain with RIM Architects.
As part of the design team, some of her most recent work includes the Guam Reef Hotel renovation, CAM‐5 Personal Finance Center, and Bank Pacific. In her new position, her responsibilities will include project management and construction documents.
After months of studying and preparation, Ms. Wiese reflects on her experience. “Preparing for the ARE (Architect Registration Examination) is a
challenge in time management and balance. A strong support network is a must when going through the licensing process. I am grateful I had everything I needed to succeed: friends and family for support and for celebrating little victories with,” says Wiese. Ms. Wiese adds she is excited to take on her new role at the firm. She plans to pursue supplemental licenses in other jurisdictions and will seek LEED accreditation.
RIM Architects has served the local community for over 26 years providing excellence in comprehensive architectural design and client service. The firm’s philosophy brings “Results with IMagination” to every project and translates the client’s program, functional objectives and aesthetic aspirations into an appropriate and creative architectural solution. In addition to its Guam office, RIM Architects has offices in California and Hawai`i, with corporate headquarters in Alaska.