Andrew Diehl

Andrew Diehl

Seattle, WA, US



Architectural Designer, LEED AP BD+C

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Architecture, Cum Laude

The great energy found within the act of change is what inspires me to continuously evaluate my journey for personal and professional creative renewal. I yearn to continuously fuel my curiosity for the world around me through situating myself within an interactive and energetic design environment.



Tetra Tech, Architectural Designer

Responsible for primary development of construction documents on multiple projects including 9,000SF salmon hatchery building and associated 6,000SF warehouse and complete renovation of 1960s-built 3,500SF bunkhouse and 500SF addition. Acted as LEED coordinator on multiple military projects, ranging from bachelor enlisted quarters to an airplane hangar.

Jan 2011 - current

Tetra Tech, Architecture Intern

Drafted design development elevations for emergency and safety college. Prepared existing building plans from owner drawings for future school renovation. Developed comprehensive health & safety plans for all existing projects company-wide. Processed submittals, PRs, ASIs, RFIs, change orders, and various other CA tasks.

Jun 2009 - Aug 2010

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Teaching Assistant, Architecture Design 2-3

Provided individual design assistance and critique for studio of fifty second-year students. Prepared and taught computing classes for various software programs. Collected and assessed studio and computing assignments.

Aug 2008 - May 2010

Chaintreuil | Jensen | Stark Architects, Architecture Intern

Participated on schematic design team for variety of projects. Aided in production of presentation images and construction documents. Field measured, documented, and drafted existing conditions of multiple campus structures. Gained experience with residential, preservation, institutional, and educational projects.

May 2006 - Aug 2008


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2005 - May 2010


Harriet R. Peck Prize, Nomination

Awarded for the best RPI architectural thesis project.


Architectural Design Magazine, Other

Work published in “Baroque Parameters” article, Jan/Feb 2009.


Re-Interpreting the Baroque, Other

Exhibit, Italian Cultural Institute, New York, NY, Fall 2008.


RPI Roman Studies Program, Other

Four Month Study Abroad, Rome, IT, Fall 2007.


Areas of Specialization