Minneapolis-based architecture and design firm Miller Dunwiddie has named Monica Bettendorf Hartberg as its new president.
Bettendorf Hartberg assumes leadership responsibilities from Craig Lau, who is retiring from the firm after serving as its president for 27 years, and having worked at the firm since 1979.
Bettendorf Hartberg joined Miller Dunwiddie in 1999. She graduated from North Dakota State University where she earned bachelor degrees in architecture and environmental design. A member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Bettendorf Hartberg specializes in transportation and aviation projects and has worked on prominent public buildings in Minnesota, including many at Mpls.-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).