The built environment has a profound impact on our health and productivity.
Positive environments can be created to support the activities of our daily lives by designing buildings that have a real context with their surroundings; that can be operated using less energy; and that are built using materials that have less impact on the resources of the planet.
I am committed to collaborating with the entire project team in order to maximize spatial efficiency in facility design and to optimize the energy performance of each building.
I am invested in taking the time at the start of a project to understand the client’s desired outcome beyond just the building. Through this understanding, I can help clients prioritize decisions based on their intended goals.
Registered Architect, State of Alaska, AEL A 14647 LEED Accredited Professional BD+C Certified Aging in Place Specialist Bachelor of Architecture, 1998, University of Waterloo, Canada Bachelor of Environmental Studies, 1992, University of Waterloo, Canada