Meet our intern Arianna Hawkins. She comes to us from Texas A&M College Station with an undergraduate degree in Environmental Design and Architecture. Hawkins spent a year with Merriman Anderson Architects of Dallas specializing in historical preservation and has worked on several historic projects in Dallas. Hawkins is in her final year at The University of Oklahoma and will be earning her Masters of Architecture degree.
At Krittenbrink Architecture, Hawkins is honing her architectural planning/development skills on project documents for new construction and renovation, submittal reviews, and coordination. Whenever possible, she is always happy to jump in and learn.
Hawkins enjoys bike riding, traveling, rock climbing and coffee drinking. When it comes to architecture she loves getting out in the field and looking at old buildings. One of Hawkins favorite projects was the Ambassador Hotel in Dallas, TX. She said “It was old, haunted, full of mystery and mold. Just a fun building to field verify and work on during my time in Dallas.”
Hawkins is certified in LEED GA and Building Energy Modeling for BIM. After graduation she hopes to continue to work in historical preservation, her passion. She states her philosophy as, “The most sustainable building is the one already standing.”