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Some of my earliest memories are of building small shelters with sticks and scraps of slate; and then building villages of these shelters. My first year of college was devoted to architecture however I was not ready to have it become my career. This changed and in 1996 I received my Masters in that field. For the next ten years I worked professionally, first as an intern and then in various incarnations of project manager. I received my Colorado licensure in October of 2010.

Since completing graduate school I have been privileged to work on two buildings from the earliest phases of the work to completion.

The first building is called Cooper Flats. Originally known as the Arno Apartments and designed and built in 1910; the building fell on hard times in the 1970’s and was completely abandoned by the 1980’s. When Urban Neighborhoods, Inc. bought the building there was extensive fire and water damage and the inside was covered with graffiti. Rehabilitation took three years, from 1997 to 1999. I assisted the architect with the production of the working drawings and served as the owner’s representative during the construction process.

The second building is called Lincoln Pointe Lofts, Phase II. The architect is Paul Bergner and the building was developed by MBR LLC. Lincoln Pointe is the third of three affordable rental projects MBR has developed in the southeast metropolitan area of Denver. I prepared the set of working drawings and attended construction meetings throughout the length of this phase of the work. The building broke ground in the early spring of 2007 and was completed in 2008.

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