San Francisco, CA – BCA Architects, an award-winning West Coast architectural firm, announced that Cassandra Amu has joined the firm as a Project Designer.
At BCA, Cassandra will work on a variety of different projects, including the preparation of architectural drawings, renderings, and presentations. Cassandra is focused and passionate on architectural modernization. She enjoys updating old buildings with a current flair while respecting their history.
Prior to BCA Architects, Cassandra worked on various projects both abroad and in the U.S. This includes working for Pick Everard Architects in England and integrating European architectural designs into classroom projects for the city of Montpellier, France.
In addition to architecture, Cassandra cares for the community where she lives. She was a building intern for Habitat for Hummanity in Boston where she worked on low-income housing projects. She also received the Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award for her volunteer work in the U.K.
Cassandra graduated from The Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) with a Bachelors Degree in Architecture. A portfolio of her work can be viewed by visiting her website: http://cass-g.wix.com/travels.
About BCA Architects:
BCA Architects partners with clients on a mission to achieve excellence in design. Since 1989, BCA strives to strengthen communities through projects to: design facilities, help define partnerships, locate financing, save energy and present alternate delivery methods. BCA goes above and beyond the task at hand to ensure their clients succeed. Visit: www.bcaarchitects.com.