Kilbourne Group has added Mark Johnson as a Project Manager and Jenn Lambert as a Staff Accountant to its downtown-revitalization team.

Johnson will be responsible for coordinating various aspects of the company's new-build and capital-improvement projects, such as budgets, schedules, design and construction. Lambert will assume accounts payable/receivable responsibilities, with a special emphasis on forecasting, financial analysis and management of the revenue cycle.

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Johnson, a native of Wahpeton, N.D., graduated from North Dakota State University with a degree in facilities management in 2000. While in college, Johnson interned at Great Plains Software (now Microsoft), where he was assigned to the team responsible for the design, construction and relocation to two new buildings in Fargo.

Johnson also was employed by Schultz & Associates, Ltd., where he worked on projects with clients such as Otter Tail County Power Co., Bobcat and Microsoft. He later was employed by CB Richard Ellis while that real-estate services firm helmed a three-year, $70-million expansion project of Microsoft's Fargo campus.

Most recently, Johnson was the Construction Project Coordinator at Family HealthCare Center in Fargo. He oversaw the community clinic's move from its previous facilities while coordinating the renovation of its new location in the historic Pence Automobile Company building.

Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Business in spring 2012. The former Woodbury, Minn., resident started at Kilbourne Group as an accounting and finance intern in May before joining the team as a full-time employee in December.

Kilbourne Group, led by Doug Burgum, is committed to inspiring and supporting the redevelopment of downtown Fargo. The Kilbourne Group team aims to retain and carry forward the history of Fargo through the restoration of historic buildings and the creation of new buildings that honor the past while inspiring the future.