With over 20 years of experience in her industry, Amy Hellmund has implemented her vision of intelligently simple design as a project manager, senior project architect and designer. With a consistent focus on creating working and living environments that are healthy, comfortable and integrate seamlessly within their communities, Amy has played a vital role in a truly diverse array of project types including: higher education, civic, commercial, healthcare, mission critical, science and technology, commercial multi-use buildings, residential, retail outlets and restaurants.
Integral to her current work on the Student Community Center at UC Berkeley is the strong belief that the University as a whole will benefit from an attractive, well-functioning and maintainable building that not only meets the pro-forma, but gives its occupants physical and emotional benefits that go far beyond the specifications of the initial project.
A native of Idaho, Amy received her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Idaho in 1993. She is a registered architect in the states of California and Idaho, and an active member of the American Institute of Architects. Amy joined Moore Ruble Yudell in 2012.