Jigna Patel

Jigna Patel

Houston, TX, US



Jigna J Patel holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Texas Tech University and is currently a Master of Architecture candidate at Texas Tech University’s School of Design. During her post-professional studies at Texas Tech University, she worked as a research assistant for Peter Raab, Assistant Professor and Principal of Austin Design Collaborative whose research and creative objectives focus on the integration of varied sustainable strategies. With the support of Zach Pauls, Architect and the College of Architecture, she was fortunate to form and cofound CROP, a student initiated publication series. Patel has received various honors for her works and has been selected for multiple exhibits and publications. Currently she is finishing her Certificate in Urban and Community Design at Texas Tech University and will be assisting Mari Michael Glassell, Visiting Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University in her Construction I course this upcoming fall.



Gensler, Houston, TX, US, Architectural Designer

■ Works with consultants, contractors, fabricators, and agencies to meet overall project objectives
■ Collaborates on design projects including conceptual and schematic design, and design development
■ Prepares and ensures accuracy of technical documents
■ Assists in managing client expectations, team communication, and consultant coordination
■ Provides finished plans, specifications, and material selections required for construction
■ Participates in the construction administration of projects and reviews submittals
■ Contributes to office activities, initiatives, and learning programs
■ Assists in managing client expectations, team communication, and consultant coordination

Jan 2015 - current

H a r r i s o n K o r n b e r g Architects, Houston, Texas, Architectural Intern

■ Developed projects from schematic design through construction documents
■ Generated initial design schemes
■ Collaborated with design team to refine concepts
■ Developed schematic design presentations and conceptual renderings for client meetings
■ Assisted in project design through coordination of plans, finishes, furniture, and programming
■ Participated in project coordination meetings
■ Produced LEED Project Submittal documents
■ Assisted in site observation, submittal reviews, change orders, and final design coordination

May 2014 - Aug 2014


Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, MArch, Urban and Community Design

May 2013 - current

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2008 - May 2013

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