Joined PWWG in 2015 and has managed a range of work in multi-family housing, higher education, preservation and adaptive reuse. Jennifer began her professional career working at firms in the Seattle area. Most recently, she was responsible for design, project management, construction administration and researching/composing specifications for civic, commercial, and educational buildings. Jennifer spearheaded her previous firm’s program to integrate sustainable practices into projects and identify project and performance goals; she introduced The Living Building Challenge and the 2030 Challenge to the firm through seminars; and served as sustainability advisor on projects in partnership with other firms. Jennifer was project manager for multiple LEED projects. At PWWG, she continues to champion sustainable practices and keeps colleagues abreast of new developments in sustainable design and culture.
B. Arch / M. Arch, Minor in Architectural History
Penn State University
LEED Accredited Professional; NCARB Certification; Carnegie Mellon University Adjunct Professor of Architecture, 2018-present; Living Building Ambassador; Green Building Association
Roxian Theatre; Eighth and Penn; 219 Carron; CMU Morewood Gardens; CMU Warner Hall
People Would be Surprised to Find Out:
I lived in a tent for a month.
UNKOWN SPECIAL SKILL
PROJECT THAT I AM MOST PROUD OF
Zumthor's baths at vals (Therme Vals)... or the pantheon if we are going old school
ONE ACCOMPLISHMENT I AM MOST PROUD OF