Elizabeth Barrett
Senior Associate

Beth Barrett’s distinctive portfolio includes the design of new facilities and major restoration projects for several of the nation’s most treasured cultural resources. She has helped to create and modernize popular destinations for historical interpretation and the arts, including thoughtful new interventions on historic sites and challenging renovations of outdated facilities.

Beth has contributed to the design of visionary improvements for significant civic and cultural properties, including museums and visitor centers, with a focus on enhancing the visitor experience. Many projects, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Benjamin Franklin Museum to the Michigan State Capitol, have required a context-sensitive approach to historic structures and sites. Beth has also completed many renovation and restoration projects for the performing arts. She brings a strong understanding of staging requirements as well as considerations for an inclusive, enjoyable patron experience to her work with theaters, concert halls, and other venues for the arts.

With her expert ability to integrate technical requirements with aesthetic objectives, Beth is a natural fit for the complex projects for which she is recognized. She enjoys collaborating with clients and multifaceted teams, and creating places that people love and where they can find inspiration and beauty.


Master of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2009

Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, 2002


American Institute of Architects

Architects Association of New Brunswick

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