Mia has over eleven years of experience in the design and construction industry. She is a licensed architect who has led construction administration teams on several K-12 educational facilities throughout Massachusetts, including spearheading the certification process of numerous LEED Gold school projects. Mia has acted as a Construction Site Manager and Project Manager on higher education projects for both Boston University and University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her work has been largely focused on the renovation of historic buildings, including the phased design-build renovation of Boston University’s Myles Standish Hall, an early-20th century hotel, now residence hall, which remained partially occupied during construction. She has served as the Fire Prevention Program Manager (FPPM) on two separate projects in the City of Boston, implementing NFPA 241 and project impairment plans. Mia takes pride in her role on the job site and the relationships formed with the contractor and architect, promoting a cooperative approach during construction. She believes in strong lines of communication and serving as a community liaison with an emphasis on construction mitigation.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, Bachelor of Architecture
RPI Roman Studies Program, Rome, Italy
LICENSES | CERTIFICATIONS
Licensed Architect, AIA, NCARB, 2014
LEED AP, BD+C, 2010