Laurie Linville-Gregston

Laurie Linville-Gregston

Portland, OR, US

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Collaborative, self-motivated, Senior Project Manager with 30 years’ experience in the architecture industry. Proven track record of managing complex projects through the design process, creatively solving problems, and coordinating the expertise of team members to produce outstanding results meeting the highest standards of quality, schedule, and budget. 



Ankrom Moisan Architects, Portland, OR, US, Principal-In-Charge

Overall guidance of architectural projects overseeing design integrity from concept through completion. Management of multiple projects. Knowledge of architectural principles and practices.

Jan 2023 - Mar 2024

Ankrom Moisan Architects, Portland, OR, US, Senior Project Manager

Management of multiple architecture projects working and coordinating with multi-disciplinary teams from concept design through construction. Oversaw the effective performance of the Project Team regarding project quality, schedule, and budget. Led contract document development, contract facilitation and construction site representation.

Jan 2018 - Jan 2023

Ankrom Moisan Architects, Portland, OR, US, Project Manager

Responsible for overseeing and participating in the architectural aspects of the development of project design, production of documents and overall coordination. Also involved in business development focusing on the hospitality sector.

Mar 2014 - Jan 2023

International Consulting, Paris, France & Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Project Manager, Project Architect, Architectural Designer

Consulting on over 50 projects ranging from small renovation, affordable & multi-family housing urban plans to 5-star hotel resorts. See following list:

Jan 1995 - Jan 2014

Interface Design, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Architect

Projects include the renovation of the British Standard Athletic Club in Meudon, a showroom and tenant Improvements for an office on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées. In the construction phase for the renovation of a private home and a 200 square meter Haussmannian apartment (circa 1870) on avenue Kleber, Paris.

Mar 2013 - Dec 2013

DTACC Architecture, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Manager

BNP Paribas – 16 bd des Italiens / 1 bd Haussmann, Paris 9th (21,000 m2 and 7000 m2) A major rehabilitation of BNP’s Paris headquarters in two historic 8-story buildings (1927). Program integration office BREEAM HQE (LEED), space planning, meeting rooms, canteen, auditorium with 250 seats, 80 space car parking garage. Development of heritage areas, creating a two-tier bridge linking the two buildings and new façade for interior court (feasibility study & building permit).

Jun 2012 - Dec 2012

Simonetti-Malaspina et Associes, Nanterre, FR, Consulting Project Manager

Domaine de Frémigny – AXA insurance seminar/training center, Bouray-sur-Juine. Renovation of a registered historic 18th century château and it’s 1980 annexes offering 298 hotel rooms, a restaurant, 5 reception rooms, 42 seminar rooms, offices, lobby and salons(17,960 m2 - 193 340 s.f. - situated on 27 hectares of private parkland, budget: 22,000,000 euros).

The project also included the restoration/renovation of the adjacent 19th century farm complex and construction of a new 300 seat auditorium (design development, construction document preparation and construction administration).

Apr 2010 - Jun 2012

Sybille de Margerie Design, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Architect

Park Hyatt Al Maaden Golf Resort, Marrakech, Morocco. A five 5 star class hotel (35,000 m2 on 190 hectares next to 70 hectares of golf) 112 rooms and 18 suites, Park Hyatt meeting residence, three restaurants, a 2,000 m² spa and 66 private villas (design development, construction document preparation, and coordination with the New York architectural firm Perkins Eastman).

Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Paris. A five star class hotel (12,000 m²) renovation with 138 luxury rooms and suites, lobby, restaurants, fitness center/spa and indoor swimming pool (design development of suites, construction document preparation of the suites).

Sep 2008 - Apr 2010

Berg & Berg, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Architect

George C. Marshall Center Reception Rooms, American Embassy, Hotel de Talleyrand, Paris, France. Restoration of the historic state apartments [1767] collaborating with French historic decor leads & artisans.

Sep 2006 - Jul 2008

Joseph Karam Interiors / Karam Architecture, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Manager

Designed and managed international luxury projects, from inception to execution. Assisted in establishing Karam Architecture, the architectural branch of Joseph Karam Interiors.

Dacha, Moscow Region, Russian Federation. Private luxury residence (5,100 m2 sited on 3 hectares, budget: 30,000,000 euros) composed of 5 separate buildings, 2 to 4 levels high linked by covered galleries (design development, construction document coordination and preparation).

Villa Feridé, St Jean Cap Ferrat near Nice. Renovation/restoration of a private villa (4,600 m2 sited on 1,8 hectares of gardens, budget: 15,000,000 euros) with guesthouses and two swimming pools (design development, construction document coordination and preparation).

Jan 2005 - Jul 2006

Berg & Berg, Paris, FR, Consulting Project Architect

Tenant improvements for offices of Pechiney, Lyon and Corebody Pilates; Biosite; Fidelity Investments; PeopleSoft and Sprint International all located in Paris, France (design development, construction documents).

Dec 2001 - Dec 2004

Mellett Architects & Associates, Paris, FR, Architect

Rosecliff Villa, Toronto (15 High Point Road) modeled after the original mansion in Newport, Rhode Island, (3,000 m2 sited on 1, 6 hectares) with style Louis XIV interiors (design development and coordination with the Canadian architecture firm Page+Steele).

Jan 2002 - Jul 2002

Interface Design, Paris, FR, Project Manager

Kaufman & Broad Showrooms, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Marseille, Strasbourg, & Lyon. Tenant improvements (schematic design & design development).

Jan 2001 - Jan 2002

Babel, Paris, FR, Consultant

Gallia Theatre, Saintes. Renovation of an historic building (built 1852) and addition (1,600 m2) to create a performance and events hall. Winner of the grand prix de l'architecture 2004 (construction documents).

La Médiathèque et Le Café musique, Magny Le Hongre, renovation of the historic Sainte Geneviève farm into a cultural center featuring music café and media library (construction documents).

Nov 1999 - Nov 2000

Oeverzaaijer architectuur en stedebouw, Amsterdam, NL, Project Architect

Four housing projects located in the towns of Nieuw-Vennep, Purmerend (outside Amsterdam) and Leidschendam (outside The Hague). Together these projects comprise of nearly 100 housing types (detached single-family, duplex, townhouse, medium-density low-rise and social housing) totaling 950 dwellings. Each project forms part of a new low density residential district (the combined urban plans totaling more that 8,000 new dwellings). .

Office building, Amsterdam. Renovation/new construction on the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal (2,860m2 - 7 levels, budget: 1,800,000 euros) in Amsterdam’s center (schematic design, design development).

Office building, Bunnik. New construction (2,000 m2, budget: 1,200,000 euros) outside Amsterdam (schematic design, design development and construction document coordination).

Showroom, Schiedam (3,580 m2, budget: 1,100,000 euros) new Dutch flagship store for Kinnarps furniture (schematic design, design development).

Hoogovens Royal Dutch Steel Works (designed by M.W. Dudok in 1948), Ijmuiden. Competition for renovation 30,000 m2, budget: 5,100,000 euros) - winner.

Sep 1995 - Mar 1999

Kwan Henmi Architecture Planning, San Francisco, CA, US, Project Manager

Schematic design, design development, construction document coordination and preparation; and construction administration for several of the firm’s residential, mixed-use (retail combined with housing) renovation, retail, and tenant improvement projects. Other responsibilities included the coordination and direction of the firm’s marketing which involved overseeing the proposals process and the creation and implementation of successful marketing programs

Sep 1989 - Dec 1994


University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 1983 - Jun 1987

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Architecture

Architectural studies - Co-housing community design/development. Cohousing is a type of collaborative housing in which residents actively participate in the design and operation of their own neighborhoods. Cohousing residents are consciously committed to living as a community. The physical design encourages both social contact and individual space. Private homes contain all the features of conventional homes, but residents also have access to extensive common facilities such as open space, courtyards, a playground and a common house.

The Cohousing idea which originated in Denmark, and was promoted in the U.S. by architects Kathryn McCamant and Charles Durrett after studying with the Danish Institute for Studying Abroad program in 1985. The Danish concept of “living community” has spread quickly. Worldwide, there are now hundreds of cohousing communities, expanding from Denmark to continental Europe and North America.

Dec 1985 - Jun 1986

Portland State University, Portland, OR, US, Architecture

Sep 1981 - Jun 1983


Registration - Architect, State of California #C24128, Other


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