How do you engage a client in a way that frees his/her mind to the prospects of an open flexible lab design? How do you lead them to see the potential within an old, tired building? Many of our clients, life sciences and otherwise, have antiquated labs in antiquated buildings on campuses that have been built to their limits.Read More
Mary Carroll, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Senior Project Manager
Mary Carroll is a senior project manager with over 25 years of experience in modern environments for Science + Technology clients. Mary’s strengths are her ability to identify client’s needs and maintain them in focus throughout the design process, while keeping the team on-track to meet their goals. Her expertise lies in providing planning solutions for academic research, corporate, pharmaceutical, biotechnology facilities and labs.
Mary has been involved in numerous Science & Technology projects, with a current focus on corporate office and lab fit-out projects; where similar planning challenges and solutions are explored and principles are implemented.
A LEED certified architect, her approach to sustainability goes beyond typical “green” design elements and is more of a holistic view at how a design will create both a space and a culture that can stand the test of time.
Mary is a graduate of Temple University, and she also received a certificate from the Harvard School of Public Health for completing the executive education course on Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations.
Mary is a registered architect in the state of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. She has been a LEED accredited professional since 2006 and a member of I2SL and the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers.