Jane Baughman AIA, LEED AP
“How?” is what keeps me up at night. As an architect, I get to be part of a driving force for change just by answering that question. How can I make my client’s world and my world better? By really understanding the complexities of executing a visionary design and becoming a bridge between what I see as an architect and implementing that vision in the real world of steel and bricks.
As a laboratory planner, nothing is more exciting than creating an environment that supports scientists who seek change. And as a technical architect, I get to find the most efficient, safe, and inspiring way to construct that world without negatively impacting the community or our environment, enabling scientists to do the greatest good.
For over 28 years, I have applied my experience in planning and constructing complex buildings like BSL3 and forensic laboratories, cleanrooms, research vivaria, airport terminals, government facilities, and academic buildings to find innovative solutions to improve the built environment.
Sharing my observations with clients in project meetings, presenting at Labs21 and Tradeline, and writing articles for R&D Magazine has given me the opportunity to help others understand how their decisions can create positive ripple effects.
Being a problem solver is what drives me to answer the question, “How?” And to create better solutions for every challenge I see. I look forward to helping you find solutions.