A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Patricia Culley is a leader in the practice for sustainability. Accredited in both LEED and WELL Building Standards, Patricia’s knowledge of sustainable design strategies is exemplified in her work leading the recently-completed Frick Environmental Center in Pittsburgh, the world’s first free and public Living Building Challenge targeted project. Patricia’s meticulous research and ability to narrow in on priorities, highlight her ability to engage the client and design team at all levels, no matter the complexity of the issue. In addition to the Frick Environmental Center, Patricia was also the Project Manager for the Carnegie Mellon University ANSYS Hall. Past higher education experience includes work as the Project Architect of laboratory design for Marquez Hall at the Colorado School of Mines, a LEED Silver project, and LEED Gold-certified Schlinger Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Laboratory at California Institute of Technology.
AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP