Lucy Timbers has contributed to many of KPMB’s complex, large-scale institutional and corporate projects. Detail-oriented and dedicated to design excellence, she is an accomplished team leader and project manager, skilled programmer and coordinator, and adept contract administrator. She takes on challenges and uncovers opportunities swiftly and collaboratively. Lucy has applied her expertise to academic projects including Le Quartier Concordia, a vertical campus in Montreal, The Mike and Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre at the University of Waterloo, The Brearley School, and the University of Lethbridge’s Science Commons, where she served as one of the project architects leading programming and user engagement. For Manitoba Hydro Place, Lucy expertly coordinated the complex electrical and mechanical system, contributing greatly to the acclaimed energy efficient building. She is also the project architect and project manager for the recently completed Center for Computing & Data Sciences at Boston University, the largest fossil fuel-free building in Boston, and “the most environmentally friendly tower in the city” according to The Boston Globe.