Celebrating Mike Corrick’s Retirement— NEWS

Mike-Corricks-Retirement-Celebration

As the year comes to an end, Mike Corrick will be retiring after 23 years with the firm.  We hosted a celebration, in honor of his retirement at the Sutter Club with many of his colleagues. We could not thank him enough for all that he has done for Nacht & Lewis, he embodies integrity and hard work. Mike has worked on public and private projects with over 40 years of architectural experience, some of his most memorable projects include Department of General Services Central Plant, Merced County Courthouse and KXTV Channel 10 Broadcast Tower.

Mr. Corrick was interviewed by the Sacramento Biz Journal touching on his career as an architect: https://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2018/10/12/nacht-lewis-president-retiring-at-years-end.html 

November 12, 2018

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