Giffels Webster in Detroit Promotes Nancy Standish, Terrence Thomas, and Andy Wakeland to Partner

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Left - Nancy Standish; Top right - Terrence Thomas, Bottom right - Andy Wakeland // Courtesy of Giffels Webster
Left – Nancy Standish; Top right – Terrence Thomas, Bottom right – Andy Wakeland // Courtesy of Giffels Webster

Giffels Webster, a consulting firm based in Detroit, announced Nancy Standish, Terrence Thomas, and Andy Wakeland have been promoted to partner.

“They bring energy and new ideas that, when coupled with the existing leadership, are an integral part of the future of Giffels Webster,” says Scott Clein, president and partner at Giffels Webster. “For 70 years, Giffels Webster has been committed to providing quality service to our clients, and our new partners will play a key role in continuing this legacy while guiding the future of the firm.”

Standish has 17 years of experience with Giffels Webster and most recently served as a senior project manager. She is a registered professional engineer, LEED AP certified, and has degrees in architecture and civil engineering from Lawrence Technological University. Standish works on a wide range of land development projects including residential, commercial, institutional, and municipal from concept planning through construction.

Thomas joined the firm in 1999 and recently served as senior project manager, specializing in urban redevelopment, especially in the city of Detroit. He also has experience in public and private sector projects, helping build communities throughout Wayne and Oakland counties. He has more than 23 years of experience in the industry and was previously employed by the city of Detroit DPW Traffic Engineering Division.

Wakeland has more than 15 years of experience in civil engineering and has most recently served as a senior project manager overseeing a variety of residential and commercial developments via Giffels Webster’s Birmingham office. He has worked on many projects in land development and municipal engineering ranging from big to small and urban to suburban, giving him insight into the many unique challenges that can occur with each project.

The partners will maintain their current roles of managing projects, guiding clients, and leading their peers in each of their respective offices and service areas. As leadership team members, they will have a heightened role in company policy and the firm’s overall management.

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