Ware Malcomb promotes Riegel to principal

  • Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, said Dawn Riegel has been promoted to principal in the firm's Oak Brook office.

    Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, said Dawn Riegel has been promoted to principal in the firm's Oak Brook office.

 
 
Posted6/23/2022 9:47 AM

OAK BROOK -- Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, said Dawn Riegel has been promoted to principal in the firm's Oak Brook office.

As principal, Riegel is responsible for the growth and management of the Oak Brook and Chicago offices' Interior Architecture & Design studios, and all interiors projects across the Midwest region. She is also a member of Ware Malcomb's National Interiors Advisory Group.

 

Riegel has more than 20 years of interior architecture and design experience including workplace, corporate, retail, health care, industrial, public and education product types.

Riegel joined Ware Malcomb in 2010 with a unique background in interior architecture, design, construction, and procurement. She has built a successful interiors practice in the Midwest and helped establish Ware Malcomb's brand in the Chicago-area real estate market and established new accounts for Ware Malcomb in multiple other regions.

"Dawn exemplifies our 'One Team' philosophy," said Jay Todisco, president, Ware Malcomb. "She is a well-respected leader, and her contributions are appreciated and applauded. We congratulate her on her promotion to principal and look forward to her contributions for many years to come."

Riegel is active in many commercial real estate organizations including serving as board member for CoreNet Global's Chicago chapter. She has spoken at CoreNet's Global Summit on Alternative Workplace Strategies: The Toyota Way, as well as BOMA Suburban Chicago. She holds a bachelor's degree in interior design from Iowa State University.

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