San Francisco, California, Tamara Shroll has joined RIM Architects San Francisco office as a Project Manager. Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she has a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Michigan and a Master of Architecture from Arizona State University (ASU).
Tamara came to the San Francisco Bay Area on vacation from Arizona in 2011 and decided to make it home. She is a registered architect in Arizona where she worked for Gould Evans Associates for close to 12 years. Her passion is design excellence and responsible architectural practice that is service oriented.
Notable past projects in Tamara’s portfolio are: James E. Rogers College of Law renovation at University of Arizona; Biodesign Institute Buildings A & B, and Global Institute of Sustainability Building at ASU; Phoenix Federal Building and Courthouse renovations; and the Herberger Theater Center renovations in Phoenix.
About RIM Architects
RIM Architects has been providing excellence in comprehensive architectural design and client service for over 27 years. The firm’s philosophy brings “Results with IMagination” to every project and translates the client’s program, functional objectives and aesthetic aspirations into an appropriate and creative architectural solution. In addition to its San Francisco office, RIM Architects also has offices in Alaska, Guam and Hawaii.