Brenda is a senior architect and an experienced urban designer with about 25 years of experience. She earned a degree in Art History from the University of British Columbia in 1982 and obtained an Architecture degree from UBC in 1988. She has been a registered architect since 1992.
Brenda excels at developing design guidelines. As the former architect for the City of Surrey, she led a team that prepared design guidelines for service stations that was so innovative and effective it was adopted by several other municipalities in British Columbia. She is also trained in the RCMP’s Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), and co-authored Surrey’s CPTED Guidelines with the RCMP, which is applied to every development project in the City.
With an extensive background in art history and heritage projects, she is also talented at preserving historical buildings and places. Brenda is an adaptable team player and is able to join a team during any project phase to contribute to its success. With her dual role as architect and urban designer she brings valuable depth to our team.