I Am AIA:
Michael Stevens AIAExpand
Michael is a principal at Everett-based Dykeman Architects. Born and raised in West Virginia, Michael relocated to the Northwest in 1999. He has over 20 years of experience in architecture and planning. He has been involved in a variety of projects including public, retail/mixed-use, education, residential, and civic projects. Michael earned a MArch. degree from the Univ. of Pennsylvania, with a planning focus, augmenting a BA degree from the Univ. of Kentucky. Additionally, Michael has served on the City of Marysville City Council since 2010, providing a unique perspective on the impacts of public policy on the built environment.
Why did you join AIA Seattle?
While in Seattle, AIA Seattle provided resources and opportunities to engage with others in the profession.
What is the value of AIA to you?
AIA is the design profession’s political lobbying group. With the AIA, we have a voice of influence in critical areas such as licensing, construction trades, planning, and policymaking.
What project are you working on now?
K-12 projects in Whatcom and Snohomish Counties
Mixed-Use/Multi-family projects in Arlington, Bellingham, Everett, and Marysville.
Private residence overlooking the Mukilteo bluff.