Elaine Lawson, AIA

Project Architect

Elaine is a Project Architect who specializes in project management and client relations, working extensively on both public and private facilities. Elaine excels at coordinating projects: keeping track of owner comments and programmatic requirements, ensuring that information is successfully relayed between owners, consultants, and team members. She is able to delve into the nitty-gritty details while maintaining the overall needs and arc of a project.

Elaine's past work at WBGS/Pivot Architecture involved numerous Lane County projects, including Lane County Public Health, DUII, and the Methadone Clinic. In addition, Elaine held key roles in Lane Transit District projects, notably the Eugene Downtown Station Southwest Corner Building and the RideSource Site Selection Study, while at WBGS/Pivot.

Elaine was an integral member of the Crescent Village Mixed-Use project in Eugene. She lead project management efforts on the Village East & West Buildings and the Arlie & Company Office Tenant Improvement project, which earned LEED Platinum for commercial interiors. She also managed the Eugene 4J Arts & Technology Academy at Jefferson Middle School. Currently, she is working on the Eureka Veterans and Homeless Housing project.

Elaine holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.