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Project Manager

Lauren Lacey

Lauren’s extensive experience on a wide variety of building typologies, combined with her construction knowledge builds upon Chasm’s existing assets.

For the past several years, Lauren has held the role of designer at the award winning firm of Eskew+ Dumez+Ripple, and most recently project manager with Hernandez Consulting.  Lauren joined Chasm after having served on the design team for several notable projects, including the highly anticipated $995M New Orleans VA Replacement Hospital, the $63M New Orleans East Replacement Hospital, a $38M New Orleans BioInnovation Center, the $54.8M L. B. Landry High School and the $54.9M 930 Poydras project. As a member of several design teams, Lauren has contributed to various projects which have received high recognition and multiple design awards.  Lauren is looking forward to providing creative and responsive solutions while developing strong client relationships through the collaborative design process at Chasm Architecture.

Professional Credentials
American Institute of Architects, Associate Member
National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)

Education
Post Baccalaureate Certification in Construction Management,
Louisiana State University, 2015
Bachelor of Architecture, Southern University and A&M College, 2005

Selected Project Experience

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport | Atlanta, GA
  • Southern University of New Orleans Arts & Humanities and Social Science Building | New Orleans, LA
  • Veterans Affairs Replacement Medical Center | New Orleans, LA
  • New Orleans East Replacement Hospital | New Orleans, LA
  • Louisiana Superdome Champion Square | New Orleans, LA
  • Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Ballroom Renovation | New Orleans, LA
  • New Orleans BioInnovation Center | New Orleans, LA
  • 930 Poydras Residential Development | New Orleans, LAL. B. Landry High School | New Orleans, LA

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