Laurie has been with PBA since 2000. Her extensive experience in the design of many types of public facilities includes new construction, additions, renovations, and systemic upgrades. Laurie is particularly skillful at initial planning and feasibility studies, existing facility evaluations, and code analysis as well as complex phasing, especially involving occupied buildings. She has had great success in design, translating complex program requirements into innovative projects, often with limited budgets, and applies a conscientious environmental design approach to all projects. Laurie has achieved the Certified Construction Specifier (CCS) certification from Construction Specification Institute (CSI), becoming a skilled product researcher who knows how to investigate and identify cost-effective, efficient solutions, and then communicate those solutions through the specifications.
BFA - Art History / Wichita State University 1982
M. Arch. / University of Texas 1986
American Institute of Architects, Member
Construction Specifications Institute, Certified Construction Specifier
Council of Educational Facility Planners International, Member
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, (LEED) Accreditation