RRM Announces New Promotions
Diane Bathgate, AICP is a principal planner in RRM’s San Clemente office and has been promoted to an associate with RRM. With 28 years of experience in the fields of planning for both public and private sectors, Diane has managed and supported a wide range of RRM Design Group’s planning, urban design and environmental assignments. Her background as a former City Council member and mayor, Planning Commissioner, and professional planning, urban design and environmental consultant allows her to bring a unique perspective to each project. Diane has been involved in many of RRM’s Southern California planning projects including the Chula Vista Urban Core Specific Plan and Design Guidelines, the Calabasas General Plan Update, the City of Los Angeles New Community Plans, and the City of Oceanside Vision and Strategic Plan to name a few.
Scott Martin, LEED AP is a licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional who has been with RRM in their San Luis Obispo office for over 10 years. Scott has recently been promoted to an associate with RRM. His project focus and experience is multi-faceted; from illustration to master planning, urban design, needs assessments, design review and to the production and construction of facilities. Scott’s relationship with both public and private clients gives him a unique understanding of the realities of development and the priorities of a community. Scott is actively involved in many local community organizations and has been involved in a wide-range of architecture projects at RRM including the Pinnacles National Monument West Side Facilities LEED Platinum Building, the Cal Poly Alex Spanos Stadium, the SESLOC Headquarters Campus and the IQMS Corporate Headquarters.
David Chacón, Associate AIA has been promoted to director of architecture in RRM’s San Clemente office. David boasts a wide architectural background from housing to mixed-use development, waterfront development and urban revitalization to civic and public safety projects. David has been involved in many of RRM’s Southern California architecture and urban design projects including Mission Avenue Affordable Housing in Oceanside, the Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Master Plan in San Pedro, West Basin Water District Administrative Office Building in Carson, Newport Beach Lifeguard Headquarters Rehabilitation and The Groves Affordable Housing in San Juan Capistrano. He is often involved from the planning and entitlement phase through implementation. Having been a part of RRM’s history for over 11 years David brings his years of experience to lead our innovative and talented team of architects in our San Clemente office.