PE, LEED AP BD+C
Lauren Berry has always loved architecture but after her college advisor encouraged her to explore other options that better align with her strong left-brain skills, she switched her focus to engineering and never looked back! What she loves best about her job is the creative process of designing engineering systems that integrate seamlessly with the architectural design.
Lauren enjoys working on sports facilities, including the new home of the Texas Rangers, Globe Life Field. She has a long history of supporting her teams—before becoming a Wildcat at K-State she was a proud Mighty Midget at Putnam County Rural 1 School.
When she’s not working Lauren spends her time gardening, working on DIY projects, and enjoying a lazy Sunday with her family.
More About Lauren
- Based in Dallas
- B.S. Architectural Engineering: Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
- Globe Life Field
- The Stack in Deep Ellum
- Market Station
- Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium, Southern Methodist University
- Humidity Control
- Sustainable Design
- Life Safety