Anne Monnier PE, SE


Portland, OR

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    Anne takes a highly collaborative approach to design. She strives to find holistic solutions that combine the owner’s goals with the building architecture, designed systems, and construction techniques. Anne’s deep commitment to sustainability motivates her to create structures that respect the project location, site, and future generations they will serve. Her hope is to design building structures that withstand the test of time yet remain flexible for future adaptations. Since joining KPFF in 1993, Anne has worked on numerous high-profile projects. She finds medical facilities and airports especially gratifying for the critical public role they serve, and also for the team challenge posed by working on a 24/7 campus during design and construction. Her refined collaboration skills and analytical ingenuity helped the 250,000-square-foot OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital span safely across a canyon. Anne is actively involved with the Architectural Foundation of Oregon, serving on the board of directors. 

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    • Bachelor of Science, Building Engineering, Engineering Academy of Denmark
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    Project Experience

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    • Registered Structural Engineer: OR, WA, CA, HI
    • Registered Civil Engineer: OR, WA, CA, KY, MD, TX, OH, VT, WV
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    • Architectural Foundation of Oregon (Board of Directors, 2010 - present)
    • American Council of Engineering Companies, Oregon (Risk Management Committee, 2006-present)
    • Critical Building Committee for the Oregon Resilience Plan Task Force (2011-12)
    • American Institute of Steel Construction
    • American Society of Civil Engineers
    • Structural Engineers Association of Oregon (Treasurer, 2005-07)
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