Jill’s focus is on science and engineering teaching and research facility projects with technically complex environments, where high work productivity and adaptability must intersect with comfortable, pleasing environments for researchers, instructors, students, doctors, and patients. That commitment, along with her expertise in designing complicated buildings with the requisite flexibility of infrastructure and architecture, makes Jill a trusted partner to our clients.
Increasing instrumentation and technology demands. Higher environmental performance standards. New delivery processes and team organization models. Jill specializes in researching and designing for these unique challenges, and she carefully follows teaching and research facility benchmarking and trends.
A skilled facilitator, her success is built on a commitment to communicating openly and frequently. Her recent projects include the Carnegie Mellon University Scott Hall and Ohio State University Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry Building.