Registered Architect, NM #5654

LEED AP BD+C #10162422

Rebekah has been a member of the Cherry/See/Reames team since 2007, and has worked extensively on educational, public, commercial, and historic preservation projects. She is currently a licensed architect in the State of New Mexico, and is an Associate in the Firm. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of New Mexico and a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver. In addition, she holds a Master of Arts in Art History and a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation and Regionalism from the University of New Mexico. She became a LEED AP in 2007 and attained the designation of BD+C (Building Design + Construction) in 2013. She is listed on the NM Historic Preservation Division Directory of Qualified Supervisory Personnel under the Architectural History Division.

Rebekah has managed projects, ranging from small commercial tenant build-outs to large ground-up buildings. Over the past several years, Rebekah has studied and been mentored to take a prominent role in the firm’s historic preservation projects. In this role, she has gained valuable experience working with the State Historic Preservation Division, the Santa Fe Historic Preservation Division, and the City of Albuquerque Landmarks Commission. She is a diligent researcher, and works hard to produce comprehensive reports and documentation of historic properties.

As the CSR Revit Manager, she has played a huge role in establishing the office’s BIM standards, generating a catalog of custom families, and creating a template database. She contributes greatly to the production of construction drawings for all major projects in the office, both in Revit and in AutoCAD. She has a great eye when it comes to selecting a color scheme for each project, and has worked with clients to select color schemes that respond to their needs.

Rebekah dedicates a great deal of time to involvement in her church, serving on an art and display committee, volunteering with the high school student group, and developing relationships with the church’s partners around the world. She supports Steelbridge (formerly the Rescue Mission) in downtown Albuquerque, and tries to spend time volunteering there on a monthly basis. In addition, she loves to run and is a member of the Sole Sisters running club, a group that has a heart for community and for empowering women in Albuquerque, and works to raise money to support local charities throughout the year.