Franclind brings 22 years of architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical drafting experience that is informed by international work. In Saudi Arabia, he worked on upgrading firewater drainage systems, Abqaiq plants, and Saudi Aramco projects. He also worked in the Philippine Islands after graduating with a BS of Architecture. In 2007, he immigrated to Seattle, where he did CAD design for projects including the Highway 99 Tunnel, in the “Big Bertha” days. At FSi, he brings quiet positivity and diligence to each of his projects. Colleagues can count on Franclind to do whatever it takes to get the job done accurately and on-time.
After hours, Franclind enjoys playing basketball, table tennis and cycling. One of his proudest accomplishments is completing the STP, Seattle to Portland, the longest group ride in the Pacific Northwest. He is a committed volunteer and always looks for ways to help the greater community. His last project was getting blankets, mugs, and blood pressure cuffs for dialysis patients at the Northwest Kidney Center. His colleagues appreciate his commitment to making the world a better place.