Jennifer brings expertise in historic renovation, K-12, and higher education projects throughout the Pacific Northwest. Her portfolio includes the phased seismic strengthening of Portland Union Station and work on a number of Portland’s historic landmarks including the Portland Sign, Schnitzer Concert Hall and Pittock Mansion. She also has a large focus on seismic resiliency in schools, seismically improving over 45 schools in the region and providing seismic resiliency planning for over 150 across Oregon while advocating for the State’s Seismic Rehabilitation Grant Program. With degrees in both Architecture and Engineering, Jennifer takes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to structural design.
Jennifer has lived in Portland for over 12 years and taken on too many home improvement projects with her husband—including building a detached studio apartment and an attached addition to their home for which she served as architect, engineer, and contractor. She and her husband love raising their two boys in the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. Favorite family activities include backpacking, hiking, skiing, and mountain biking.