Jonathan Lemons | AIA, NCARB, LEED GA
Registered Architect, Principal of Lemons Architecture PLLC, & Licensed to Practice Architecture in the State of Washington
NCARB National Certification
LEED GA Accredited
American Institute of Architects (AIA) Member Architect
University of Oregon Graduate: NAAB-Accredited 5-year Professional Bachelor of Architecture Degree & Graduate of the Robert D. Clark Honors College w/ Thesis Honors. 2-years of Study at the UofO Portland Urban Architecture Program. Thesis: 'Designing the Ukrainian Catholic University: Lviv, Ukraine.' Recipient of numerous scholarships, awards, & grants while at UofO.
Architect-In-Residence Selection for Harvard, Partners In Health, & MASS Hospital Prototype (open-ended invite)
Born & Raised in the Pacific Northwest. Valedictorian of Sprague in Salem, Oregon.
Over 12-years working in the architecture profession, primarily in Seattle. Highlights include being a Project Architect & Registered Architect for a prominent Seattle architecture, general contracting, and development firm in addition to being a long-time Registered Architect and Designer for a talented, detail-oriented Seattle architecture, urban architecture & urban mixed-use firm. Jonathan has also worked on a number of international architecture projects abroad. Key client experience included working on a diverse range of projects for Vulcan, Equity Residential, other great West Coast developers, real estate investment trusts, institutions, private clients, public clients, & many other clients big & small.
Projects for these clients included urban mixed-use buildings, towers, single family homes, multi-family residences, townhouses, rowhouses, tenant improvement projects, remodels, historic preservation projects, master planning, offices, urban infill, hospitality projects, mid-rise buildings, low-rise buildings, university projects, confidential studies or projects, institutional projects, & government projects.
A wide range of construction systems & project delivery methods were employed for these architecture projects including typical site-built construction, prefab modular, design-build, & design-develop-build. Key projects also rated as high as LEED Platinum to meet energy & sustainability goals. The scale of these projects ranged from 200 square feet to over 1 million square feet & the construction budgets ranged from 10 thousand dollars to over 300 million dollars.