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bonnie greenspoon     AIA  Leed ap

Bonnie Greenspoon earned her Bachelor of Technology degree from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, and her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan in 1992. Since graduating, she completed her internship at Ann Arbor Architects Collaborative and Angelini and Associates, and worked as chief designer at David Milling Architects and as project architect at Quinn Evans Architects. Bonnie has over 22 years of experience working on a range of building types, including schools, churches, libraries, single and multi-family residences, medical office suites, veterinary hospitals, and master plans. Bonnie has also taught architectural design at the University of Michigan where she has also served as visiting critic. Bonnie is a member of the Huron Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, a LEED Accredited Professional, and is licensed to practice architecture in the State of Michigan.



David Lewis earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 1994. He completed his internship in Philadelphia where he practiced with Bower Lewis Thrower Architects, and Buell Kratzer Powell, Ltd., working on various types of projects, including hospitality, civic, community, and multi-family housing commissions. In 1999, he returned to California where he worked with Withee Malcolm Architects on mixed-use, urban in-fill and low-income housing projects. Since moving to Michigan in 2005, David has worked on libraries, medical, commercial, and residential projects. David is a member and serves on the board of the Huron Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. In 2009, the chapter gave David its Emerging Architect Award for exceptional accomplishments and contributions to the profession. David is licensed to practice architecture in California, Pennsylvania and Michigan.


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