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|Works Partnership has emerged as one of the progressive architectural design studios in the Pacific Northwest. Created in early 2005 by principals Carrie Strickland and William Neburka, W.PA has established a design approach rooted in clear conceptual diagrams applied across a wide spectrum of project scales. From the firmís first built project, the adaptive reuse of a 170,000 square foot industrial cereal mill, to a recently completed 7 story mixed-use tower in a historic district, W.PA strives to bring thoughtful engagement to each project. In the last 7 years The American Institute of Architects has presented W.PA with eighteen design awards for these and other ongoing projects.|
|William Neburka, Principal email@example.com
Bill received a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University in 1989, and is a registered architect in the states of Oregon and New York. He has over 20 years of experience with diverse building types, including commercial, institutional, residential, and adaptive re-use/restoration. Bill has lectured at Portland State University and the University of Oregon, and he currently serves as an adjunct professor of Architecture at PSU and the U of O. Previously Bill worked in offices in London, Boston, and New York, including his own practice in New York. During that time Bill worked on a diverse array of project scales and types, and that work has been recognized by the AIA, the Boston Society of Architects, and has been exhibited and published nationally. Carrie Strickland, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrie earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning at the University of Cincinnati, and is a registered architect in Oregon and Washington. she has more than 13 years of experience in public and private projects and an extensive background in adaptive re-use and development. Carrie has served as a visiting professor at PSU and the U of O and as vice-chair of the City of Portlandís Development Review Advisory Committee. She is a member of the board of directors for the AIA Portland chapter and assists in planning for the Portland Design Festival. She regularly serves on forums and lecture panels discussing design in the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer Dzienis, Associate email@example.com
Jen received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon in 2001. Since joining W.PA, she has worked as project manager on several award-winning projects including the Olympic Mills Commerce Center, a complex adaptive re-use project in Portlandís Central Eastside industrial District; and as Project Architect for the bSIDE6 project. As a LEEDô accredited professional, she is experienced with coordinating and developing LEEDô and G/Rated project guidelines for a variety of project types. Prior to W.PA, Jen worked at Opsis Architecture and was Job Captain for the award-winning Lovejoy Office Building. Doug Minarik, Associate firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug received a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University in 2001 and is a registered architect in Montana and Oregon. His professional experience covers a wide range of building types including work at Lewis & Clark College and the Oregon State Hospital in Salem while working for SRG Partnership in Portland. Doug has been an adjunct professor at Montana State University and a guest critic at Portland State University. He has received recognition for historic infill projects, community preservation, and design awards from AIA Montana.