Kimberly leads the technical direction and development of projects. This includes initiating, developing, and monitoring methods of technical production, technical content, quality assurance and construction phase services while handling project management. She has completed a variety of projects, including workplace, commercial/retail, and hospitality interiors.
Kimberly has extensive experience working on multi-level workplace interiors and smaller interior renovations and finish-outs. Her skills include project management, leading the coordination with multidisciplinary consultants such as MEP, structural, security, foodservice and landscaping and leading the interiors team.
Working from beginning to end on projects, Kimberly is involved from the initial programming phase through Construction Administration and is very involved throughout all the phases of design.
Learn more about our Corporate / Commercial projects.
Project Spotlight featuring the newly opened Legacy clinic in Baytown, Texas. At the 8,000 square foot facility, the visitors are greeted in the lobby with high exposed ceilings, natural daylight and a cheerful color palette that is Legacy branded.
Read the blog post about this project in the Voice section of our website.
95% of people’s New Year’s Resolutions are fitness and health related, so how can we as designers help people reach their new goals? Gyms and fitness clubs typically see a significant increase in membership in January, but now that the pandemic has subsided, we’ve seen a shift in how people exercise at home. What are the steps fitness and recreational centers can take to make members feel safe and want to come back? How should we design to plan for the recently created social distancing habits and any new, unpredictable circumstances?
Read our blog post answering these questions and more.
For the first time in history, women make up more than half the workforce. However, since the pandemic, the number has declined due to the challenges faced from childcare.
Read our blog post on why it's important for mothers in the U.S. to be their own best advocates if their employers are not supportive of pregnancy and motherhood.
Imagine a space that was designed to be welcoming, comfortable, and convenient while giving you the tools to take charge of your health. Legacy Community Health’s new Wellness Bar does just that: staff provide guests with preventative care in a spa-like atmosphere.
Read our blog post to learn more.