Minneapolis Design Firm Shea Hires Heather Sorensen as Director of Interiors

Nov. 30, 2015

She will guide, teach, and oversee quality control of Shea projects

Shea, Inc. recently announced the addition of Heather as director of Interiors. Sorensen handle day-to-day staff management in the interiors department and will guide, teach, and oversee quality control of Shea projects. She'll also act as a support resource for junior designers and take charge of their professional growth and development.

Sorensen will partner with Design Director Cori Kuechenmeister to elevate design process and management. “I’m excited to serve as a mentor to junior designers and really push Shea’s projects into the next level from a behind-the-scenes place,” said Sorensen.

Sorensen comes to Shea from the Minneapolis-based architecture and design firm Cunningham Group, where she served as an interior designer. Prior to her time at Cunningham, Sorensen spent nine years at Shea as a senior interior designer, and is thrilled to be back working with the Shea family, bringing her professionalism and personal touch to the company.

“There are a number of reasons Heather is perfect for this role,” said Shea CFO Jason Dvorak. “She knows us, she knows what makes us tick and sets us apart from other design firms, locally and nationally, and will help continue to elevate management. We’re excited to have her on board to help our Interiors department excel.”

Sponsored Recommendations

Design Competition to Open in April for Helsinki's New Museum of Architecture and Design

Helsinki City Council will provide a capital donation of $64.9 million to establish this national museum.

Durkan and NEWH DSCVR Student Design Competition Returns

Design students are crafting the future of hospitality flooring with the DSCVR Student Design Competition. Read on to see how.

IIDA NY To Host Inaugural Career Fair

IIDA NY, Leading NYC-Based Architecture & Design Firms to Meet with Students, Emerging Professionals

SMPS-NY to Host 'The Power of Public Relations & Digital Marketing' Panel Next Month

i+s Editor in Chief AnnMarie Martin will join this SMPS-NY chat on how both traditional and digital storytelling can be harnessed to generate brand exposure.

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of I+S Design, create an account today!