Since 1997, Nicole has worked on a wide variety of projects throughout the office. She managed the design and construction of Blakely Hall, a community center that was the first project in the United States to be awarded a Green Globe certification for sustainable commercial buildings. She has worked on multifamily projects in Seattle, Kirkland and Edmonds, run multiple feasibility studies and yield analyses on various sites, and was a contributor to Weber Thompson’s unit planning bible. Currently, Nicole is managing the construction administration for Viktoria – a residential high rise under construction in downtown Seattle. Suffice to say, this Senior Associate is able to take on any challenge and is welcome in any team.
Nicole is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and has worked in design since 1996. Her belief that good design comes from a solidified work method combined with continuing education led her to become part of Weber Thompson’s first wave of LEED APs and a member of the team that originated Weber Thompson’s sustainable design initiatives.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of Cincinnati