SERA Architects Expands Presence in the Bay Area
Clark Brockman, Principal with SERA Architects, is moving to Silicon Valley to begin the process of establishing a SERA branch office there, supporting the firm’s growing body of work in the Bay Area. SERA is currently beginning to recruit new staff members to work in a Silicon Valley office. Job openings are currently advertised on the firm’s web site and will continue to be posted in the coming weeks and months.
Nationally recognized for his work in sustainable design in the built environment, Clark is a LEED Fellow; a past and founding board member of the International Living Future Institute; an Advisory Council member for Portland State University’s Institute for Sustainable Solutions; a US GSA Professional Peer; and a member of the AIA National’s Board Advocacy Committee including service on the Design & Health policy subgroup. He keynotes and presents nationally, and internationally, on the impact of the built environment on climate change and human health. In addition to establishing SERA’s new office and working on projects in the Bay Area, Clark will continue to be very involved in SERA’s sustainability work in Oregon, the western region and nationally.
SERA is a 110 person (and growing) Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, and Interior Design firm based in Portland, Oregon. The firm’s mission is Sustainable Placemaking at all scales, specializing in high-performance design and planning for workplace, mixed-use housing, hospitality, higher education and civic clients. Recent projects include the multi-award winning Edith Green Wendell Wyatt Federal Building modernization; The Collaborative Life Sciences Building, a joint project for Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University and Oregon State University; and the Pearl District Residence Inn for Marriott Hotels. The firm’s current clients include Google, Nike, the University of Oregon and Marriott Hotels.
Contact: Kristy Edmark, Marketing Manager, SERA Architects, Inc.
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