AIA Portland Profile

Profile 2017

A directory of members, including regular, Allied and Associate, of the AIA Portland chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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30 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PORTLAND CHAPTER Firm Profiles BBL Architects 503-635-4425 • www.bblarchitects.com 200 N State St, Lake Oswego 97034 BBL Architects offers personalized service, on-time projects and solutions that accommodate budget expectations. BBL stands out in this industry for our internal alliance. Each team member has a variety of expertise, and there isn't an unyielding line between our job pursuits. This extends beyond the walls and minds of the firm where we are recognized by our ability to deliver innovative designs while carefully listening to and collaborating with our clients. Our firm culture is an asset not only to our clients but also to each project. Our collaborative demeanor means each project is not limited to the expertise of the individual members working on it. Instead, there is a larger, accessible network of creative thinkers, designers and engineers where strengths convene to offer insight and expertise to every project. The BBL team enthusias- tically works together with our clients to create architecture that positively interfaces with the end users on a daily basis. Principals Lisa Murphy, LEED AP BD+C; Christine Magana, AIA, CSI; Doug Pruitt, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Lang Bates, AIA; Ron Lee, AIA, CSI Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 11 Interior Design 1 Marketing 1 Administrative 1 Total Personnel 14 Building Types Commercial 10% Educational 75% Industrial 3% Medical 2% Religious 5% Retail 5% Main: NCSD new administration building. Top: Cherry Creek Mortgage. Middle: Cascade Sotheby's. Bottom: OCSD Transportation and Facility Services Building.

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