Nicole Bellefeuille has joined RMC Architects in Bellingham as an intern architect.
Bellefeuille is currently aiding with computer-assisted design modeling for a number of the firm’s projects at Western Washington University. She is also working with RMC principal Jeff McClure on the master plan development strategy for the Port of Everett.
Bellefeuille holds a bachelor’s in environmental design and a master’s in architecture from Montana State University in Bozeman.
Before moving to Bellingham, she worked as a freelance architect on residential, hospitality and commercial projects in Montana. She also worked as a volunteer for the City of Bozeman Planning Department, compiling historic data on existing buildings and performing field work analysis.
In addition to her skills as an intern architect, Bellefeuille has experience with graphic and Web design and will assist RMC with presentations and other project-related graphics. She is currently studying for her Washington State architectural licensing exams, which she will take this fall.
RMC Architects was established in 1986. The firm designs commercial, mixed-use and institutional projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.