Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group, PLC, a high-end architecture, interior design and creative firm, has hired Kimberly Dokes as a project architect, Blake Drouillard as an architectural designer and Savannah Raus-Wuth as an interior design assistant.
Dokes, far left, is a registered architect and licensed builder in the state of Michigan and a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. She has extensive experience with local projects from multi-family project educational facilities office renovations as well as large (bond) capital improvements and modernization projects, including the CIP Infrastructures Program at Detroit Metro Airport and WiIlow Run Airport.
Dokes earned her Bachelor of Architecture from historical Tuskegee University in Alabama.
Drouillard, center, joined KDG after a variety of experiences in the building field from furniture fabrication, commercial construction and architectural design. She completed both his Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture at Norwich University in Vermont.
While completing her Bachelor of Arts at Michigan State University, Raus-Wuth also interned in the school’s Planning and Projects Office as an interior designer. Her dedication to sustainability in the built environment encouraged her to obtain a Leadership in Energy and Constructive credential (LEED AP ID+C). Raus-Wuth is also an active volunteer for the Michigan Historic Preservation Network.