Condit, creators of custom event and trade show booths, museum displays and temporary structures, is proud to announce that its vice president of operations, Richard Raedeke, recently celebrated his 25th anniversary with the company. Raedeke has worked in almost of all Condit’s departments through the years and his co-workers insist that even now, he wears possibly the most hats at the company. For this, says a Condit spokesperson, “Richard is an invaluable asset to Condit and this great milestone in his career is worth the utmost reverence.”
In addition, Condit has hired Ming Chew as a new exhibit designer. Originally from Malaysia, Chew comes to Condit with a proficient background in design, rendering and animation.
Chew received her bachelor’s degree in media arts and animation from the Art Institute of Colorado 11 years ago. Her professional experience ranges from the agency world to the architectural realm. She worked in motion graphics in the Singapore based agency, Multi Media People. Then in the U.S., she exercised her 3D rendering muscles as the principal designer at Smash Visual Media, a commercial architecture design firm.
Condit’s exhibit, museum and temporary structures businesses have all grown vastly in the past few years and having Chew on board will help alleviate production pressure and keep up with the ever growing demand. Her newness in the exhibit industry will bring fresh perspective to the creative and functional planning as well.
Condit specializes in creating custom event and trade show booths, museum displays, and temporary structures for clients around the globe. But they see themselves as more than just a team of engineers, designers, and fabricators – they are a partner that thrives on creating experiences with their clients that push beyond the expected. They think smart, build right and dream big. Their motto: “Bring us your wild ideas, your pie-in-the-sky, your vision for success. Together we can create something extraordinary.” For more info, visit www.condit.com.