MAMIE HARVEY AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Mamie has served as lead designer on numerous life science, physical science and interdisciplinary building projects for both public and corporate clients. A skillful practitioner of thoughtful planning and inspired design, she works closely with clients to articulate a thorough project vision.
A leader for our firm’s science and technology projects, and our overall sustainability initiatives for all projects, Mamie’s focus on energy efficiency is intensified by her involvement in high hazard and stringent laboratory environments that have significant safety and environmental impacts.
Mamie has maintained a lifelong interest in the principles of Montessori education and has designed unique learning environments. She has successfully translated the basic principles of a “prepared environment” into dynamic design solutions for academic and corporate clients.
Mamie is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Minnesota. She received the AIA Minnesota Young Architect Award in 2014 and has presented at numerous conferences on research and learning environments.
Science + Technology
Veterinary Isolation Facility, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
General Mills James Ford Bell Technical Center Campus Integration, Golden Valley, MN
General Mills Analytical Lab, Wing 5, Golden Valley, MN
Cargill Minneapolis R&D Center, Plymouth, MN
St. Jude Medical, Technology Center and Campus Expansion, St. Paul, MN
University Enterprise Laboratories, St. Paul, MN
Physics and Nanotechnology Building, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis Community and Technical College Health Science Renovation, Minneapolis, MN
Thomas E Murphy Engine Research Lab, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Tornier, Bloomington, MN
Montessori Center of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
St. Olaf College Tomson Hall and Hall of Music, Northfield, MN
The Works Museum, Bloomington, MN