Dana is a project architect, designer, and lab planner with 25 years of experience spanning a diverse range of project types, including laboratory, science, healthcare, and educational facilities. A client-centric designer, Dana is passionate about working on program-driven projects where she can work closely with clients to realize their needs and deliver a project that completes their vision. A respectful collaborator and an engaged listener, Dana excels at working with a diversity of project stakeholders, consultants, and contractors to fulfill project needs and resolve complex problems while maintaining the design intent and integrity. Dana is an experienced lab planner and has completed work for both institutional and private scientific research projects. Her extensive design experience and client-driven approach make her an essential asset on any project team. Dana earned a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Architecture from Montana State University.
Some of Dana’s representative projects include the South Campus Center for Interdisciplinary Learning at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the Falling Leaves Medical Innovation Building at University of California, Irvine.