For the record….recent WTA additions



Ashleigh Mantalvanos

The first person you will contact when you call or visit our office will be Ashleigh.  She is full of life and energy, quick to assist and eager to connect you with the right person.  She grew up in Thomas Township, graduated from Central Michigan University, got married and started a family in Naples, Florida, and then returned back to her roots with her family.







Carrie Behmlander

A Merrill resident and graduate of the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Carrie is highly focused on her goal of becoming an Architect.  She has a positive attitude and is ready to tackle any challenge.  Her ‘can do’ attitude keeps her plate full as she is working, making plans for graduate school, studying to become a LEED® Accredited Professional and planning her upcoming wedding.







Larry Walraven

With expertise beyond many in the construction industry, Larry joined WTA as a construction administrator.  Working as a contractor representative for most of his life, Larry has an unrivaled ability to oversee the construction of projects with a keen understanding of the work involved.  Larry’s approach to each project is to form a team partnership to provide the owner with the best project possible.







Lauren Koziatek

An Essexville resident, Lauren graduated from Lawrence Technological University in 2016 and is completing the process to become a Registered Architect.  She is currently studying to become a LEED® Accredited Professional.  Lauren is well versed in the many programs for project design and development that are used at WTA.  After being away from the area, she loves being back home with her extended family.







Shaun Moore

Shaun joined the firm with a background in the field of construction and an eagerness to get involved in architecture.  He is currently an architectural technician involved in a variety of duties including building assessment, field verification, architectural drafting and following the construction process of our projects.

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