Emma has been with R+C for more than 10 years and has experience with renovation, historic reuse and new facilities to serve a variety of program types.
Emma has been engaged in a broad spectrum of projects. These include retrofits of historic waterfront projects, laboratory buildings like the Shriram Center for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering at Stanford University and the Regional Science and Innovation Centre at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and campus work for some of today’s largest high tech companies.
Emma enjoys the collaborative process that comes with working in a design team. She is service oriented and believes that a holistic approach to projects will produce a design that responds to the needs of users.
Beautiful, Functional, Green
Alan led the R+C team to design a visually minimal support structure for the complex photovoltaic panel canopy between buildings at UC Merced’s Science and Engineering 2 building. The canopy is composed of vertical as well as horizontal PV panels and provides not only a solar energy source for the building, but shading for the plaza and a visually striking entrance.