Gretchen has focused the majority of her 18-year career on K-12 school projects and is passionate about the role that architecture can positively play in a student’s ability to learn. Her experience includes planning and design projects ranging from minor renovations and major additions to the design of entirely new facilities that are contextually appropriate within the site. She is also an advocate for green design, serving as a resource in sustainable design for the firm and always looking for new ways to implement cost effective sustainable strategies in line with her clients’ goals. A licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional, she is a member of the AIA, Association of School Business Officials MD & DC Chapter, and USGBC Maryland Chapter and has served on Baltimore City’s Urban Design & Architecture Advisory Panel. She holds a Master of Architecture degree with a focus on historic preservation from the University of Maryland College Park and a Bachelor of Architecture degree with a minor in landscape architecture from Miami University.
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