As an undergraduate I was very interested in history and philosophy where my research thesis culminated in a study of how the history of
2021 Women in Building Services: Tracy Hansen, BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers PCWhat led you to your current profession?
I entered college in the field of engineering and in two years found it a bit dry for my future. I excelled in math and science but needed more creativity, expression, and
Even though dance was my first love, I did have a lot of interest in the arts, architecture and photography growing up. I am proud to be
I wanted to be a detective who had MacGyver and MythBusters traits. I was really into mystery novels and TV shows and found solving
2021 Women in Building Services: Cathlene Mitchell, BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers PCWhat led you to your current profession?
As a senior in high school, I was looking at different colleges and my boyfriend just started attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). I applied to
I’ve wanted to be an interior designer since I was 12 years old. I’d finally moved into my own room and got to redesign it.
In college I spent time in Costa Rica and Honduras working on infrastructure projects to support local economic development initiatives. These
With my love of music, growing up I wanted to be a sound engineer. My grandfather played the stand-up bass with Louie Armstrong for
I have never had just one in particular. I would say the Boston Women Principals Roundtable, part of the Boston AIA chapter was and still is a
2021 Women in Building Services: Eliana Peralta-Sapienza, BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers PCWhat led you to your current profession?
My dad is a civil engineer and a developer, ever since I can remember, he used to take me to the project sites with him, so my love for