Good design should permeate a project at all scales—from the macro scale of master planning and site design to the micro scale of final construction details. A healthcare architect with more than 20 years of experience, Jennifer has worked in all phases of project development, and she’s well-versed in BIM initiatives in the AEC industry.
As the project manager on the recent Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center project, Jennifer oversaw the project’s construction administration phase. She supported client relations by listening to their needs and making sure the team was delivering on those needs. She also served on the project’s executive team, working alongside designers, contractors, the owner, and the owner’s representatives to make decisions quickly and keep the project on schedule.
Jennifer believes that assumptions should always be challenged and that an industry like architecture is far from untouchable. With initiatives like BIM and LEAN, Jennifer is looking to redefine how we deliver building design and construction. If she isn’t at work, she might be golfing, skiing (water and snow), or exploring new places like the small fishing village of Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico or big cities in the US and abroad.